The Game of Angkunh
(Cambodian Frizbee with a Fruit)
The angkunh is a fruit that grows on trees found in the provinces of Stung
Treng and Kratie. It is round with two flat sides and a diameter of about six
centimetres. When ripe, it has a hard skin and turns the colour of mahogany.
The game of angkunk requires several players with two mixed teams of young
boys and girls. Each participant takes turn to throw the fruit, frizbee or free
style, into the opponent's area- a triangle made from three angkunh stuck into
the ground. A goal is scored when a player knocks over all the angkunhs or when
an angkunh lands in the triangle. The victor wins the right to gently tap the
loser's bent knee with the two flat sides of the fruit-the sound of which is
a source of much amusement.
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