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    Default Re: Plastic rugby ball with two long lines running through??

    Wow! Streaker!! That was great, apart from the fact I was always scared the 'ball' was gonna come off.
    "Me fail English? That's unpossible!"

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    Default Rugby ball game

    Does anyone remember a garden game, which was out roughly the same time as swingball.

    You had a plastic rugby ball with a twin cord through the centre. At either end there was
    2 plastic grips.

    Any ideas. ???

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    Default Re: Plastic rugby ball with two long lines running through??

    read this thread Kevin

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ID:	3485 it has Going on the side found this at the Car Boot few weeks back.

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    Default Re: Plastic rugby ball with two long lines running through??

    Bought one of these recently for my 4 yr old nephew... he loves it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by annie1 View Post
    it came to me this morning, i'm sure it was called a goyng not sure if that's the right spelling.(going?)
    Hi all! I just did a search for a game I had when I was in my early teens I'm 56 & still have this game,
    Annie is right it is called a goyng it is orangey & has 2 lengths of marine cord & 4 blue plastic handles.
    It was a promo from something like the old Ktel adverts & cost under a fiver. It has been so much fun over the years for me & the rest of the family that being at least 45/50 of us & they all know of it ...
    Great fun for hours ...

    P.S
    I know this is a very old post but I just had to reply to it

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