Double Disc Court (D.D.C.) is a game played by two teams of two players each. It’s kind of like space-aged tennis with each team defending a court from the attack of the opponents. The attacks are made in two ways: by the throwing of one of two discs into the opponents’ court, having the disc come to a rest within that court without ever having touched out-of-bounds, or by causing both discs to be touched by a player or players on the opposing team the same time. A team scores a point whenever they make a successful attack or whenever an opponent throws a disc out-of-bounds.
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The Double Disc Court is two 13 by 13 meter courts marked out on grass and set 17 meters apart, measured from the front line.The lines and all areas outside the 13 by 13 meter courts are considered out-of-bounds for the purpose of scoring. If any part of the disc touches the boundary rope or the marking come it is considered out-of-bounds.
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