Bunnock is a fun game that can be played by two to eight players. Two rows of 22 bones (one row per team) are set up ten metres apart. Each row of bones has one “guard” at each end, set 40 centimetres apart from the other bones in the row, known as “soldiers.” The object of the game is to knock the opposing team’s line of bones down before they knock yours down. Each team player uses two “throwers” in turn to try to hit the opposing team’s line down, beginning with the guards and moving on to the soldiers. During the tournament, the winner of a coin toss can choose which side their team would like to throw from or whether or not they would like to throw first. For complete rules, visit www.bunnock.com.