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Laws of the Sport of Bowls

Issued by World Bowls Limited, the current edition of the Laws of the Sport of Bowls is the Crystal Mark Second Edition published in 2010.

No laws governing a sport can cope with every situation, and the laws governing the sport of bowls are no exception. Unusual situations not covered within the laws can often arise. The Laws of the Sport of Bowls have been drawn up in the spirit of true sportsmanship. So, if a situation arises that is not covered by these laws, players, markers and umpires should use their common sense and a spirit of fair play to decide on the appropriate course of action.

Copy of the Laws are available at the HKLBA office.  Please note that no one should reproduce, store in a retrieval system, or transmit any part of this publication, in any form or by any means (whether electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise), without written permission of World Bowls Limited.

Laws of the Sport of Bowls

 



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