1. There shall be a marker at the jack end, and two helpers at the mat end.
2. The helper(s) shall lay the mat and assist with gathering-in etc. of woods for
the player or players. They shall assist the lead player to have jack and bowl to
hand in order to expedite play.
3. The marker shall straighten the jack and inform the helper the distance of the
jack from the mat.
4. The jack must be delivered to a point not less than 75ft. from the front edge
of the mat. If it is incorrectly delivered twice, the Marker should place the jack
at 30 yds.
5. When the jack comes to rest the marker shall indicate to the helper by means of
signals, the distance of the jack from the mat.
6. When the bowl comes to rest, the helper shall then inform the bowler where it
has come to rest, using the clock system (see Coaching - 13 and 14)
7. No bowls may be disturbed until the helpers have agreed shots .
8. Players should stand well behind the jack or the mat in order not to interfere
with play and observe silence.
9. No mechanical or visible aids shall be permitted other than centring strings (Other
than those approved for any other disability - should the VI player have that disability).
A monocular may be used off the hat and not in line with the string.
10. If for any reason less than 5 ends are played, the game shall be null and void.
Otherwise the score reached will be the result.