Swivenhodge is a broom game that began in Herefordshire, England. Players would sit backwards on their broomsticks and bat an inflated pig's bladder across a hedge using the brush end of the broom. The player to miss the bladder gave their opponent a point, and the first player to reach fifty points was the winner. Swivenhodge is still played in England, but never achieved widespread popularity.
It was like playing Swivenhodge, but without the hedge.
by June Arcens November 24, 2010