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Gaelic Athletic Association. First played, England, 1500s (unified rules 1884). Characteristics. Team members, 2 teams of 6-15. Rounders (Irish: cluiche corr) is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams. Rounders is a ...

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Rounders, old English game that never became a seriously competitive sport, although it is probably an ancestor of baseball. The earliest reference to rounders  ...

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Oct 9, 2013 ... Once a year we gather in the field for a game of rounders. This is how we play it, though it's possible that our version deviates a little from the ...

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What is Rounders? Rounders is game that is played between two teams with a bat and ball, the sport on which game of baseball is based.

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Rounders Rules Photo credit: Lee J Haywood (source) The game of rounders dates back as far as 1744 where people literally started to hit a ball with a stick.

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In the family of bat and ball games, rounders resembles baseball the most. ... Rounders is a popular sport for school girls and boys in the U.K. with six million ...

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In Ireland, the rules of rounders (Irish: cluiche corr) are laid-down by the Gaelic Athletic Association. The GAA rules are the earliest nationally organised rules of  ...

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Most baseball historians accept that their sport is evolved from rounders. Rounders is the name used by Jane Austen in her book “Northanger Abbey”. Following ...

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Jun 30, 2008 ... The Brits are here for a picnic and a game of rounders - a sport most Britons seem to remember hazily as being "a bit like baseball".