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large and light ball


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DECIDER "You saw it a few years ago with Celtic fans turning up at an Old Firm game with the sombreros and beach balls.
Just as the raffle winner was announced, the beach balls took to the air and thus began the cake cutting ceremony.
The ejections threat has angered Scottish fans who have been on a buying spree for beach balls and other inflatables including palm trees and bananas.
THE beach ball which bounced Liverpool out of the title race at Sunderland's expense was bought by a Wearside greengrocer for the princely sum of pounds 411.
DOESN'T it just about say everything about footballers when not one of the players in the Sunderland v Liverpool game had the gumption to kick the beach ball off the pitch before it was the cause of the bizarre goal for Sunderland?
Remarkably, punters can bet on such an outcome at 1-2 with Betfred, although it's a touch less likely that a beach ball will have as much of an impact as the one side at Sunderland.
However, his eighth strike of the season came courtesy of a deflection off a Liverpoolbranded beach ball during the hard-fought 1-0 victory over the Reds at the Stadium of Light last Saturday.
They initiated a new activity--restorative volleyball--using only a beach ball, a net, and an open space, but it has had a "smashing" effect on residents, as well as staff.
The sound of a pumped-up beach ball bouncing on hard sand
IT'S not like sexy Miss Titmuss to hide her inflatABIbles, but these two beach balls seem to have come in handy.
SRC Sheldon itself has sponsored its own events, such as a recent baseball tournament where the company provided beach balls bearing the company's logo.
As soon as 2009, Mars could become a playground for earthlings wielding giant beach balls.
Meanwhile, the Ashland plant annually rotomolds around 30 million PVC beach balls of 4-in, to 33-in.
It might sound like a blast but dolphin training isn't just beach balls and dorsal fine--it's hard work.
Other games include sitting on the horses while passing beach balls back and forth, jumping on and off the horses (to help alleviate fears of falling), tacking races, and even completing an obstacle course where the children guide the horses over poles, around barrels, and through mazes.