Amanda Curry bowling at Seaford stoolball tournament (semi-final)
Incredible bowling by Amanda Curry of Winterfold Stoolball Club in a semi-final against eventual winneers Angmering at the County Tournament at The Salts, Seaford on 5 August 2012.
Stoolball. England Under 21 Highlights 2013
First ever Stoolball England U21s stoolball match. England v President's XI at Horsham Cricket Club 2013.
How to Play Stoolball
Stoolball England v VX International 19th November 2016
One of the oldest sports took on the newest sport on Saturday 19th Nov 2016. Stoolball England introduced the VX International 'Masters' squad to stoolball in a series of indoor stooball matches held in the sports hall at Worth Abbey School near Crawley.
Stoolball England Ladies Highlights 2nd innings
Second inning's highlights of the 2nd England Ladies v President's XI stoolball match held at Horsham Cricket Club September 2013.
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How to Do A Foot Stall (Football/Soccer Freestyle Trick)
The Become Elite beginner's guide to performing the basic foot stall!
A foot stall is a freestyle trick where you balance the ball on top of your laces. This move can be done either when picking up the ball off of a roll or can be caught out of the air while juggling. The higher the ball is dropped from the more difficult this trick is.
This guide will teach you the fundamentals of how to stall the soccer ball on your foot
1. Raise your foot off of the ground and relax your toes. They should not be flexed up, nor down.
2. Allow the ball to fall and hit the top of your toe box.
3. If your toes are relaxed you will cushion the ball so that it doesn't bounce upwards or off your foot.
4. Flex your toes upwards, to get the ball to roll back on to your laces.
5. Continue to squeeze your toes upwards to hold the ball in place between your shin and laces.
6. Balance the ball, by moving side to side.
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3/6/2011 Stoolball - third game, part 3 of 3
3/6/2011 Stoolball - third game, part 2 of 3
Let's Play Stoolball! for primary schools
Stoolball is a simple striking and fielding sport. For more info on how to start playing stoolball in your school go to
This 'Let's Play Stoolball! video documents a year-long Heritage Lottery funded, cross-curricular project based on the history and heritage of this medieval sport.
It is supported by Gray-Nicolls and the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum.
This video shows how stoolball can be used to explore many different areas of the National Curriculum as well as providing a fun and inexpensive game for all ages.
Stoolball is a great sport for schools; it is very easily learnt and children attain a high achievement level very quickly.
The equipment is inexpensive. Instructions on how to make your own wickets can be found at Another great idea for a school project!
Although traditionally played on grass, the game can be played on any surface, indoors or out.
Playing stool ball (medieval baseball)
At an SCA event, the Known Wide World of Sports on August 2, 2008, a group of us played stool ball, a reconstruction of a medieval bat and ball game. It's lots of fun! There is also a modern game of stool ball, but it's a little different than this version.
We tend to use modern baseball terminology such as batter and pitcher because it's easier for Americans learning this game to understand.
We didn't have a video camera, so this video is made of still photographs.
3/6/2011 Stoolball - third game, part 1 of 3
Amanda Curry bowling at Seaford stoolball tournament (group stage)
Incredible bowling by Amanda Curry of Winterfold Stoolball Club in a group match at the County Tournament at The Salts, Seaford on 5 August 2012. Amanda took 14 wickets in 9 overs during the group stage.
Stoolball trip to Le Couvent, Roujan, France 2007
Players from Causeway Stoolball Club in Kent, UK play a motley team from Roujan, a wine-making village in the south of France.
Sue Targett bowling at Seaford stoolball tournament (final)
Impressive quick bowling by Sue Targett of Horsham Stoolball Club in the final at the County Tournament at The Salts, Seaford on 5 August 2012. Angmering won the match.
Stoolball. England Ladies Highlights 2013 - 1st innings
First inning's highlights of the 2nd England Ladies v President's XI stoolball match held at Horsham Cricket Club September 2013.
Stoolball England and Angmering SC at Sussex v Notts 01-06-1
Stoolball England were invited to play a demonstration game of stoolball at the Sussex CCC 175th anniversary game against Nottinghamshire CCC at Hove on Sun 1st June 2014. Angmering Stoolball Club played expertly for a very appreciative crowd. For more info on stoolball go to
Stoolball England England v President's XI U21s & Ladies 31 07 2016
Stoolball England England v President's XI U21s & Ladies 31 07 2016 at Billingshurst CC.
England Selection U21 + Ladies Stoolball England 21-09-14
2014 U21 and Ladies England team selection day at Horsham Cricket Club. 21st Sept 2014
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Stoolball: England Ladies v President's XI, 29 September 2013
Becky Steptowe (76) and Sandra Gorringe (86*) starred with the bat and Amanda Curry (7/16) and Lucy Order (5/40) with the ball as a strong President's XI side recorded their first win against England at Horsham Cricket Club on 29 September 2013. Captain Sue Targett stood out among the England bowlers taking 6/42 in the match, but England were dismissed for just 61 in the first innings, over 100 behind, and were unable to recover.