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Crack The Wall


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Two parallel lines which are ten metres apart, are drawn across the centre of the play area. to represent the wall.

A goal line is drawn across each end of the area parallel to the wall.

One or more players stand on the wall to defend it, while the others, the attackers, stand behind one of the goal lines.

The attackers run, trying to cross the wall to the opposite goal without being touched by the defenders.

The defenders may not leave the wall.

Those touched remain on the wall and help to defend it at the next crossing.



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