Rounders is a game played between two teams each alternating between batting and fielding. It is a striking and fielding team game, which involves hitting a small, hard, leather-cased ball with a round wooden, plastic or metal bat and then running around four bases in order to score. The game is regulated by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and by Rounders England (formerly the National Rounders Association of Great Britain) in England. Both have different, although similar, game-play and culture. Competitions are held between teams from both traditions with games alternating between codes, often one version being played in the morning and the other in the afternoon.
News, fixtures, results, the teams, meetings and trophies.
The governing body in Ireland for this code of the game. Provides GAA news, events, fixtures and photographs.
Information about the Harwell Summer Rounders Tournament. Rules, profile, photographs, fixtures, results and tables.
Noticeboard, fixtures, tables, photographs and contacts.
A league made up of 15 teams and 250 ladies. News, results, meetings and links.
A list of which teams no longer play, who the new teams are, which teams have new organisers, what their new number or email address is.
The governing body in England for this code of the game. Information about the game plus information about regional and national tournaments. Also includes awards, coaching, equipment, calendar, leagues, membership information, rules, and news.
News, fixtures, results, players and photographs. Affiliated to Bury and District Ladies Rounders League.
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article includes an overview and rules of play.
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