The ancient Romans loved a great outdoor game, especially one that attracted a crowd. This fast-paced playground game adapted here for driveways may also draw a crowd, but it requires only a few players.
Setup: Draw two large circles on the driveway to create the court. Our inner circle was 5 feet in diameter; our outer circle was 20 feet in diameter.
Players take up positions around the outer circle. Whoever has the ball tries to throw it so it bounces first inside the center circle and then outside the outer circle. The other players try to catch it before the second bounce. If the ball is caught, the catcher becomes the new thrower. If it bounces first, the thrower gets a point and throws again. If it lands off the driveway, the thrower loses a point but throws again. The first person to score 11 points wins.