The piece of wood that is used in Umbrella Cricket to hold competing umbrellas in place until such time they successfully launch themselves. In some backwards parts of the world, this is referred to as balcony awning wood frame. There are two ways in which to win Umbrella Cricket. The first way to win is to be the first umbrella off the lumbrella and the other is total distance flown from lumbrella. Sport started in West Perth, Western Australia but can be found on balconies all over the world. To be introduced as Olympic sport in China in 2008, much to the delight of the local Cricket Umbrella industry.
1) Sir Cuggalot of the Knights of the Cugg Table has begun the ceremonial placing of the Cricket Umbrellas on the LUMBRELLA by which the fist day of the 5 Day Umbrella Cricket Test begins....
2) Ricko precariously tip toes on the chair and reaches through the lumbrella for the Cricket Umbrellas to no avail. He must then walk to work in the rain or don a garbage bag for protection. He could also just dance between the rain drops.
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02 de Fevereiro de 2006