▶ If the score between two teams is 11-0, then the match is stopped, and the participant with 11 points is declared the winner, this is referred to as a whitewash. She-Quoit: When a quoit lands upside down in the pit or on the hob; when a quoit leans on the pin with its concave side on the top; when the quoit is wedged in the ground at an angle greater than 90°. Toucher: When a quoit lands close to the pin and is inclined on the shaft of the pin. Quoits (/ ˈkɔɪts / or / ˈkwɔɪts /) is a traditional game which involves the throwing of metal, rope or rubber rings over a set distance, usually to land over or near a spike (sometimes called a hob, mott or pin). After the round, the players pitch from the alternate pit. The distance really depends on the players, though. Ringer: When a quoit lands over the pin with its edges encircling the pin. It is similar to tossing a coin and determining heads or tails. When only two players are competing, they shall both pitch their quoits from the same foul line into the opposing pit, then walk to that pit, retrieve their own quoits, and pitch back in the opposite direction. Only one team scores a point after all four quoit have been pitched. All you need is a bit of creativity. Giant quoits are similar to traditional quoits and were first discovered through the internet. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. To play quoits, you need a pitch, a cleared space for throwing, and at least one board; the board is used to hold the hob in place. Copyright © Plentifun & Buzzle.com, Inc.