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Newtonian Physics
Sir Isaac Newtons Laws of Motions still apply to todays croquet. Every action is accompanied by an equal and opposite reaction, so when blue is struck it moves off on a straight line forever, unless friction acts on the ball, thereby slowing the ball, or blue hits red, for instance, and the force that blue hits red determines the angle that the two balls separate and whether or not either of them go out of bounds.
Next-Two Leave
A leave whereby the striker leaves his partner with a rush to the wicket and the opponents ball at each of the next two wickets.
No Brainer
A lucky and fortuitous shot.
Non-Playing Side
Area on the other side of the wicket that is being played.
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