1) A game played in the open air, with nine holes cut in the turf: stones or other rounded objects had to be rolled into the holes, and three in a row was a winning score. Alternatively, a similar game could be played indoors using a board.

1611 James Kendroe and Will. Nelson of Northallerton for using unlawfull games on the Sabaoth daie, viz. at Nyenholes.

places Northallerton
dates 1611

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