The inaugural Féile an Phobail Cribby World Cup competition has launched in Belfast.
Communities groups gathered at Northumberland Street in the west of the city on Tuesday morning to launch the contest.
The competition takes place over the next few weeks with the finals set to take place on the last day of the Féile in August.
Earlier this year, the name of the game became a much talked about point on social media.
Many debated that it was called 'Kerby' or 'Kerbsey' rather than 'Cribby' - as Féile an Phobail have chosen.
Féile an Phobail Director Kevin Gamble has described the world cup as "one of the most talked about events ever to take place at Féile."
He continued, “We are delighted to see so many community groups getting involved in the organisation and running of the competition."
The competition is to be split into four categories: 12 years and under; 16 years and under; adult; and team.
Groups from all over the city are taking part, including:
Lower Ormeau Residents Action Group,
Lower Shankill Community Association,
Ard Eoin Kickhams GAA Club,
Sally Gardens Community Centre,
Colin Neighbourhood Partnership,
Glen Parent Youth Group,
Lenadoon Community Youth Forum,
Upper Andersonstown Community Forum,
Blackie River Community Group,
Upper Springfield Development Trust,
Upper Springfield Resource Centre,
Divis Youth Project,
Falls Residents Group
Kevin Gamble continued, “Heats will be carried out in each local area in the coming weeks until the end of July, with the overall finals being played on the last day of the August Féile, in the grounds of Colaiste Feirste on the Falls Road on Sunday 11th August."
Video report by Emma Patterson