marble cricket
 n.— «Sir Garry also informed a curious Bolden that he first started playing a form of the game, known to Barbadians as “marble cricket” where the batsman bent on one knee while batting when he was four or five years old and later graduated to “hopping-ball cricket.”» —“A team player” by Ezra Stuart Nation (St. Michael, Barbados) Dec. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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