Scotland's national sport

Scunnerball tube


Scunnerball Croatia Invitational results are up. See them at Dr. Morrison's scoreboard

How not to play Scunnerball

How  to play Scunnerball


The Jingle

For more information, see our paper:  Williamson, J., Morrison A. and Crossan, A.  Scunnerball: An analysis of the motion characterstics of spheroids with high coefficient of resitution in tabletop interaction. Proceedings of the ICCOT 2008 (International Conference of Computers and Other Things). 2008.

Incidentally, Scunnerball has been adopted as Scotland's national sport, as of May 2008. Its status as the country's number one timewasting game led to a review of sport funding which will take place in the second quarter of 2009. We hope to bring you details as soon as possible for the next international Scunnerball tournament.

scunner, v. Definition: 1. intr. To feel reluctance (to do something); to hesitate; to feel disgust, revulsion or discouragement. The Dictionary of the Scots Langauge