polo ball


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Noun1.polo ball - wooden ball that is struck with mallets in playing polopolo ball - wooden ball that is struck with mallets in playing polo
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
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At its most basic, water polo requires: Two goals (ranging from $100 to $400, depending on size and features), a water polo ball ($25 to $30), and goggles for players to protect the eyes and improve visibility (anywhere from $7 to $20).
1 The game is played by 1 four players on each team on a pitch of 100-120metres by 60-80metres, using a standard size polo ball.
The ball, made of inflatable vinyl, is more unpredictable in flight than the standard polo ball, and teams consist of three players rather than the traditional four.
Pacing up and down the beautiful polo field at Cowdray Park in Sussex, south England, tossing a polo ball from hand to hand with increasing force, and shaking his head in frustration is Ron Wahid.
WITH a sharp tug on the reins, my horse veered to the right and galloped after the polo ball bouncing towards the opposition's goal.
Like the water polo ball in the baby pictures, or the way the kids raaced to the ocean with such enthusiasm they often reached the water before their father finished unpacking the car.
He or she must pass the all-leather ball - about the size of a polo ball - through a bull tethering ring on the village green three times and throw it in the air.
When Jane Ward was accidentally struck by a polo ball hit by Charles, he invited her to supper to make amends.