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Visually Impaired Bowls England

WEBSITE KINDLY SPONSORED BY

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No. 273134

Affiliated to I.B.B.A.




HOMEPAGE

WHO’s WHO

WHAT WE DO

FIND A CLUB

NATURE OF THE DISABILITY

FORMING A CLUB

RULES, CONDITIONS OF PLAY, etc.

COACHING

COMPETITIONS AND TOURNAMENTS

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

RESULTS

LATEST NEWS AND LINKS

NEWSLETTERS

PHOTOS

DOCUMENTS: MARKER’S GUIDE SCORECARD

SITEMAP

MEMBERSHIP FORM

SIGHT CERT.


Visually Impaired Bowls England

WEBSITE KINDLY SPONSORED BY

REGISTERED CHARITY

No. 273134

Affiliated to I.B.B.A.


RULES Etc.


In order that visually impaired people may fully participate in the sport, the following variations to the Laws of Bowling have been agreed. In all respects the laws of B.E. (Bowls England) shall apply, except that men and women may be members of the same club and bowls games may likewise be mixed.



Definitions and Regulations.

Dress: All competitors shall conform to B.E. and E.W.B.A. Rules.

Mats: Must be of regulation size and the front edge must be placed two metres from the ditch at each end.


Helpers: The sighted person assisting the bowler shall be referred to as the helper. He or she shall be in complete charge of his or her team or player, at all times. He or she shall remain at the mat end until the last wood is played, except when inspection of the head is thought necessary, The helper may assist the player with the strategy of the game.


Marker: The sighted person standing at the jack end shall be referred to as the marker.


Strings: A thin white string running from ditch to ditch shall be placed along the centre of the rink, under the mat.


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