The Rules of Beach Soccer – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Beach Soccer The object of the game is for your team to score more goals than the opposing team. Beach Soccer, also known as Beach Football is a variation of Association Football, and the general rules of the game apply here, but with some significant differences. This variation is played […]

The Rules of Archery – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Archery The object of the game is to score more points than your opponent. Archery, sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic’ or ‘Target Archery’ is a sport where you use a bow, to shoot arrows into a target. The main two competition bows are a recurve bow, where the arms of […]

The Rules of Darts (501) – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Darts The object of the game is to win more sets or legs than your opponent. Darts is usually played between two people and you score points by throwing darts, into a dartboard. A player has three darts and stands at a line known as the Oche. The dartboard is […]

The Rules of Beach Volleyball – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Rules of Beach Volleyball. The object of the game is for your team to win two sets faster than the opposing team teams, and teams are made up of 2 players. To win a set, you must score 21 points and be at least two points ahead. If the scores are 21-20 […]

The Rules of Football (Soccer or Association Football) – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Association Football. Association Football, more commonly known as ‘soccer’ in North America and Football pretty much everywhere else in the world, is a game played with two teams of 18 players, with 11 players taking the field at any one time. The object of the game is for your team […]

The Rules of Australian (Aussie Rules) Football – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the RULES of Australian Rules Football Australian Rules Football, more commonly known as Aussie Rules, is a game played with two teams of 22, with 18 players from each team taking to the field at any one time. The game is played on an oval field that’s generally a maximum of 185m x […]

LBW | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Leg before wicket. LBW LBW is a bit like the offside rule in football — many people claim to know it, but how many really do? Our handy checklist means that, whether you find yourself umpiring an international test match, or the kids on the beach — your reputation for fairness will remain intact. There […]

The Rules of Disc Golf – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains The Rules of Disc Golf The object of the game is to get a flying disc into a target, in as few throws as possible. Disc Golf is a mixture of traditional golf and ultimate frisbee to create a new hybrid sport. Instead of a golf club and a ball, players throw plastic […]

The Rules of Arena Football (Indoor American Football) – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains:- The Rules of Arena Football The object of the game is for your team to score more points than the opposing team. Arena Football, sometimes known as Indoor Football or Indoor American Football, is a variation of played Indoors on a shorter field with smaller posts. Teams are made up of 24 players […]

Boundary Catching | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Boundary Catching In cricket a catch is considered to be fair, if the fielder is within the field of play and the ball hasn’t touched the ground before he catches it. The fielder must have complete control both over the ball and his own movement. Can a batsman be caught over the boundary? Well, this […]