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Bati-Cobra

This game is popular among the kids in the province. The equipment needed are a piece of stick 60.96 centimeters long which serves as the bat and another piece of stick 15.25 centimeters long which serves as the ball.

Two or more players can play the game. Digging a hole on the ground 12.5 centimeters wide and 5 centimeters deep makes a permanent base. To determine the first hitter, the player that strikes the smaller stick farthest from the base will be the first to hit.

Throwing the smaller stick upwards and striking it hard plays the game. The other player from afar tries to catch the stick. Whoever catches it becomes the next hitter. If nobody catches the stick the non-hitter may choose to pick up the stick and strike the longer stick laid down by the hitter beside the base. A player becomes the next hitter if the longer stick is struck, but if not, the first hitter continuos playing.

Points can be score by measuring the distance from the base up to where the smaller stick landed. The longer stick is used to measure the distance. Each length of the stick is equivalent to one point. A layer that gets 100 points or more is the winner. 

 

 

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