Basketball or Netball?

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Netball is game based off of the game of basketball in the late 1800s. Netball became an international game in the 60s with set rules and regulations. One of the rules included the balls measurements, listed below. 

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This is Not Bowling!

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According to the Corporate Challenge Lawn Bowls – Basic Rules, The bowls are all colour coordinated and different colours relate to different sizes. The colour of the bowls in increasing size are:

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Wiffle Ball

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According to the Wiffle Ball Association of New Jersey Rule 2.00: THE BALL: Only the white baseball size Wiffle®Ball, (eight slots on one side) will be used for play.

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Canoe Polo

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Section 38 of the International Canoe Polo Federation’s sets the specifications for balls to be used in the sport of Canoe Polo, also known as Kayak Polo. The 2013 Competition Rules for The Ball state the following:

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SmartPlay International Rubber Balls for Lottery Draws

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Many lottery organizations, including the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, use the Smartplay International rubber balls to ensure that the winning numbers drawn are completely random. In addition to the machines used for the drawing, the testing procedure and the safeguard procedures followed by the personnel, the consistency and testing of each set of balls is critical to the fairness of the ...

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NOCSAE Stamps Ball Regulations

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The NOCSAE, the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, who set standards for athletic equipment have updated the standards on both Boys’ and Girls’ Lacrosse balls that are used for play. More information can be found on this on the USLacrosse website.

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