Aresson bring to the table a ball made with Rubberised cork centre with a leather outer covering. Dia. 5.7cm, weight approx. 70g
As with all Aresson branded equipment one can be assured of outstanding quality and this continues to be the case with our Aresson Stoolball range. As with rounder’s we are working closely with the sport’s National Governing Body ‘Stoolball England’ in developing both the sport and the product range.
l Aresson equipment offers well thought through, excellent quality sports equipment to educational establishments, clubs and recreational players. Aresson are well known as the brand for rounder’s and are the only brand approved by Rounders England for both league and school games and competitions. Building on our excellent reputation for quality and innovation Aresson now offer a Cricket and a Stoolball range specifically designed for entry level and intermediate players in their respective sports.
Stoolball is a sport that dates back to at least the 15th century, originating in Sussex, southern England. It may be an ancestor of cricket (a game it resembles),baseball and, Rounders in fact stoolball is sometimes called “cricket in the air”. There is a tradition that it was played by milkmaids who used their milking stools as a “wicket” and the bittle, or milk bowl as a bat. Hence its archaic name of bittle-battle.
The sport of stoolball is strongly associated with Sussex; it has been referred to as Sussex’s national sport and a Sussex game or pastime. The National Stoolball Association was formed in 1979 to promote and expand stoolball.The game was officially recognised as a sport by the Sports Council in early 2008.The National Stoolball Association changed its name to Stoolball England in 2010 on the advice of the Sports Council and was recognised as the national governing body for stoolball in England in 2011.
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