Tetherball?

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Tetherball is a popular outdoor activity played by children. It involves a tall pole with a ball attached to the top with a long rope. Players attempt to hit the ball in the opposite direction and have it wrap around the pole. The winner is the player who successfully wraps the rope entirely around the rope first. Because of its simple design and low cost, it can be found at many playgrounds or school yards around the world.
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To make a tetherball set, first you need to dig a hole to bury the post. You can attach a eye-bolt to the post and set in the hole. Use DIY concrete to set the post in the ground.
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1. Drill a hole in the top of the pole and insert the swivel hook. This will give the ball full range of motion when done. 2. Use a shovel or post-hole digger to make a hole 2 feet
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In the most common form of tetherball, a ball ball rope pole similar to a volleyball is tied to a 10-foot
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1. Have the two players stand on opposite sides of the pole. 2. Start. The game begins when one player serves the ball, usually by holding it in one hand and hitting it with the other
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