What is Fistball?
Fistball is similar to the sport of volleyball. However, far more impressive to watch and play.
The first recorded mention of fistball was by Roman Emperor Gordian III and dates to the year 240; which, for reference, is approximately 1000 years before anyone settled in New Zealand.
The fundamentals of fistball are:
Fistball is played by 62 countries around the world, including South Africa, South America, Australia and with its biggest presence in Europe.
The New Zealand Fistball Association was established in 2016 in order to take a shot at the coveted 'Pavlova Plate' and compete at the inaugural Trans-Tasman Fistball Competition in February 2017.
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