Mon 26 April 2010, The Independent

Cheating on school playing fields witnessed by more than half of children

By Richard Garner
School playing fields are a hotbed of rule-breaking where more than half of children witness unfair play in every game they play. The most common forms of cheating are faking injuries, elbowing opponents, arguing with the umpire and head butting.
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