Kings, Queens, and Knights
Get your young people into pairs and make two circles (one circle inside of the other). One of the young people stands on the inside circle and the other on the outside. Once the game starts, the inside circle moves clockwise and the outside circle anti clock wise. The leader of the game will then shout either king, queen or knight which come with their own moves. A king is where one of the players kneels down on one knee and another player sits on their other knee, a queen is a fireman carry, and a knight is a piggy back. One of these moves is yelled out the players must find their partner and perform the move. The last pair to do it is out.
This is a game that needs a pairing were one can at least piggy back or pick up the other player.