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Springball is a Bajoran sport. Kira Nerys was a noted player.(DS9 episode: "Shadowplay")

Professional springball[]

On Bajor before the Occupation of Bajor, cities like Korto City and Qui'al had teams that took part in springball championships. (DS9 novel: Day of the Vipers)

Professional springball resumed after the Occupation. (DS9 episode: "Shadowplay")

Amateur players[]

Kira played springball with people like Odo and Bareil Antos. (DS9 episodes: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River", "Shadowplay", "The Collaborator", "Life Support")

In 2372, Elim Garak and Tora Ziyal watched Kira play a game of springball. (DS9 episode: "For the Cause")

In 2376, Jataq'qat challenged Kira Nerys to a game of springball but was killed before they could play. (DS9 novel: Avatar, Book One)

Miles O'Brien and Julian Bashir played springball. (DS9 episode: "Inquisition", DS9 novel: The Conquered)

On his first visit to Ashalla and Bajor in 2369, Jake Sisko saw several children playing springball and was informed of its name by Kira Nerys. (DS9 short story: "Ha'mara")

In 2374, Jake hid secret messages in news articles about springball championships to get messages off the Dominion-held Deep Space 9. (DS9 short story: "Three Sides to Every Story")

Ro Laren tried to get Prynn Tenmei to play springball. (DS9 novel: Plagues of Night)

Asarem Wadeen enjoyed playing springball, sometimes with Shakaar Edon. In 2376, Asarem was to play a match against Minister Rozahn, although she had to cancel it after learning of Rava Mehwyn's death. (DS9 - Mission Gamma novel: Twilight, DS9 novel: Bajor: Fragments and Omens)


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