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Let the Games Begin

The Commonwealth Games are in full swing so round up the lads, get the team strip sorted and inject a little competition into your stag weekend with some sporting shizzle!

Obviously we're not suggesting you lot train to Commonwealth Games standard. This is a stag do, which means blowing off some steam, having a laugh, getting soaked to the skin and acting like big kids in the great outdoors. If you like the sound of school sports day for grown-ups, these events will be right up your street.

Highland Games

Planning a stag weekend in Edinburgh? Pay homage to Scotland's fine sporting traditions with the stag Highland Games! Get yer kilts and sporrans out, it's time to wang the welly, toss the caber and compete in the king of manly events, the tug 'o war.

It's a Knockout

This is the original BBC It's a Knockout with a twist! It's stags vs. hens on Saturday afternoons in Barcelona, Bournemouth, Bristol, London, Manchester and Nottingham. Roll around laughing watching your mates scramble up the Slippery Summit, get the stag in a giant penguin costume and hurl wet sponges over a bouncy castle wall. Comedy gold!

Totally Wiped Out

Inspired by two TV legends - It's a Knockout and Total Wipeout - this is classic stag party stuff. Bounce over the big red ball pit, run across the climbing wall dodging the moving poles and then jump before the sweeper arm wipes you out.

Redneck Games

If you're organising an Amsterdam stag weekend, stick the Redneck Games in the party plan and get the boys off the bongs for a bit. This is a brilliant opportunity to get the stag in dungarees, wang a mullet wig on his head and get some priceless photos for the old social media. Reckon you've got what it takes to win the beer can shooting and toilet seat throw? There's only one way to find out!

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Back to articles Date Posted: Thursday 31st July 2014 Author: Cathy Alexander