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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

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Visually Impaired Bowls England

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REGISTERED CHARITY

No. 273134

Affiliated to I.B.B.A.


MARKER’S GUIDE AND SCORECARD

A COPY OF “A GUIDE FOR MARKERS” CAN BE DOWLOADED HERE



LEFT: An Example VI Scorecard

Note that the ‘clock’ at the foot of the scorecard is printed ‘upside down’.
If the marker were to ‘read the clock’ as s/he sees it (i.e. the ‘right way up’ to the marker), it would be the ‘wrong way up’ to the bowler at the mat end.
The ‘upside-down, back-to-front’ clock printed at the foot of the scorecard is therefore an aide to the marker and, if called correctly, will give the players at the mat the correct information.
E.g.
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As viewed from the marker’s perspective, the bowl indicated should be described as “2 feet (estimated distance) at 10 o’clock”
MARKER
The jack is always at the centre of the clock. If the jack moves - so does the entire clock!

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