Rounders is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams.
Rounders is a striking and fielding team game that involves hitting a small, hard, leather-cased ball with a round wooden, plastic or metal bat. The players score by running around the four bases on the field. The game is popular among Irish and British school children, but has recently expanded with many women’s teams playing in leagues across the country.
Rounders England is the sport’s governing body in England.
Based in Sheffield it provides a structure for the sport from the Board, county associations and clubs right the way through to individual members and volunteers.
Rounders England are responsible for the management and training of the England squads and work alongside the other home national governing bodies to provide competition opportunities. They also co-ordinates a development network that provides a pathway for aspiring players to progress from schools and clubs to the national squad.
In addition, they provide information about the game, run coaching and umpiring courses, tournaments, sell resources and promote the sport at all levels.
The Rounders England Toolkit is a one stop shop for rounders clubs, teams and workforce for practical resources.
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