Note: The following content is modified
from the original "Rules of Woodball"
published by IWF (International Woodball Federation).
I. General Principles
- Woodball equipment includes three pieces: the ball,
the mallet, and the gate.
- The equipment used in play should be in conformity
with the stipulated specifications by the inspection of International
II. Specifications of Equipment
- The ball should be a round-shaped
sphere made of natural wood, 9.5 cm + 0.2 cm in diameter
and 350 g + 60g in weight.
- On the sphere numbers and the
woodball emblem can be marked.
- The shape and the specifications
of the ball are can be marked.
- The mallet is made of wood in T-type form. Its gross
weight is about 800 grams.
- The mallet is 90 cm + 10 cm in length (consisting
of a handle and a bottle-shaped head).
- The bottle-shaped mallet head is 21.5 cm +
0.5 cm in length. Its bottom is wrapped in a rounded rubber cap.
The cap is 6.6 cm + 0.2 cm in diameter, its base is 1.3 cm
+ 0.1 cm thick, 3.8 cm + 0.1 cm in height, and its peripheral
wall is 0.5 cm thick.
- The form and the specifications of the mallet shown
- Mallet Head:
- Rubber Cap:
- The gate is in the form of E and made of wood
with accessories such as a metal rod, spherical nuts, and two rubber
- The gate is formed with two wooden bottles
as its stumps, which are fixed on the ground apart 15 cm + 0.5 cm
in width, measured from the inner lateral of one stump to that of
- The form of the gate as shown in figure below:
- The specifications of a set of gate
- Wooden bottle
- Wooden cup
- Metal rod