What Is the Size of a Rounders Pitch?

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A Rounders game is played between two teams that keep alternating between batting and fielding. The size of a Rounders pitch used in playing the Rounder game varies depending on the type of game being played either a competition, just for fun or for a kid's game. A competition pitch generally features a bowler's square which is roughly 2.5m. The bowler's square should be 7.5 m from the batter's square with the batter's square being 2m in size. Finally, the Backstop line should be marked 1m behind the batter's square.
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The pitch features a bowler's square measuring 2.5m is 7.5m from the batter's square measuring 2m. 1 meter behind the batter's square the Backstop line should be marked. The four posts are positioned around the bowler's square.
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