This is likely to be a stone used in the ‘ulumaika game. Still played today, ‘ulumaika is a game that had long historical roots. ‘Ulu maika is a pitching game that was traditionally played as part of the festivities of the Makahiki season and was an occasion for boys to test their strength and accuracy. Because it is frequently encountered at archaeological sites, it is assumed that this game was played frequently. ‘Ulu maika involves rolling disk-shaped stones, mostly made from basalt and sometimes coral, down a kahua, a course of flattened ground. The aim was to roll the stones between two pegs standing only several inches apart without hitting either one of them.