trapball

trapball

(ˈtræpˌbɔːl)
n
(Ball Games, other than specified) an old ball game in which a ball is placed in a see-saw device called a trap, flicked up by a batsman hitting one end of the trap, and then hit with a bat
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No games were to be allowed other than cricket, rounders, trapball, battledore, quoits, gymnastics, and archery - whilst bathing was explicitly prohibited.