The only problem I have with this game is the two sets of quoits which came with the board. These are the cheaper, less flexible rubber version. They perform well enough, but the softer double-sided black and white quoits used in competition 'flop' down on the board better with less likelihood of bouncing off when thrown well. I'm also looking for a rubbery, non-crack paint to apply to one side of these quoits, and a proper frame with netting to catch wayward throws would be a nice addition.
It's a great game for the garden, especially for children, but I'll be trying it in the more adult environment of my local pub during the Winter months.
Seven scored, which is a reasonable score for this game.
|A closer look at the Quoits Board displayed at the recent Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival. Decked out in the traditional red and green colour scheme, and with a good set of floppy black and white quoits.|