Two teams. Two batters with broom sticks 30-40 yards apart. Stick in circle. Two tin cans behind each circle. Other team’s bowler rolls ball toward can at other end intending to knock over cans. batter attemps to hit the ball. Catcher behind the cans on the fielding team attemps to catch the ball and knock over th cans, catching the batter with his stick out of the circle. The In team scores by hitting the ball and running the two bases. The fielding team attempts to catch the hit ball making an out. three outs (a caught ball or cans knocked over by the bowler or the catcher) makes an inning.
Two teams. two batters 30, 40 yards apart. Broomstick in drawn circle. two tin cans are behind the circle. The bowler at one end rolls the ball with the aim of knocking over the cans at the other end. The batter tries to hit the ball. Fielded by the members of the bowlers team. a catcher stands behind each set of can ready to catch the ball and knock the cans down if he can catch the batter with his stick out of the circle. Three (cans down) outs. Runs are scored by batters running from one base to the other when the ball is hit.