Goode Bowlseye <p>Bowlseye is a tool to help Skips and Threes identify and communicate the state of the head. Its use has been approved by World Bowls, and <strong>Law 23.3 </strong>has now been amended<strong>: <em>\"...</em></strong><em>Examples of equipment or objects which, when used during an end, would not be deemed to be in breach of law 23.3 include cross-fingers and devices comprising concentric circles within a transparent frame which are held approximately waist high, and equipment or objects (such as a player’s foot) placed alongside or parallel to (but not directly between) the jack and the bowls.\"</em></p> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Bowlseye is a tool to help Skips and Threes identify and communicate the state of the head. Its use has been approved by World Bowls, and Law 23.3 has now been amended: "...Examples of equipment or objects which, when used during an end, would not be deemed to be in breach of law 23.3 include cross-fingers and devices comprising concentric circles within a transparent frame which are held approximately waist high, and equipment or objects (such as a player’s foot) placed alongside or parallel to (but not directly between) the jack and the bowls."

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Bowlseye is a revolutionary new tool to help skips and threes identify and communicate the state of the head. Its use has been approved by World Bowls, and Law 23.3 has now been amended: "...Examples of equipment or objects which, when used during an end, would not be deemed to be in breach of law 23.3 include cross-fingers and devices comprising concentric circles within a transparent frame which are held approximately waist high, and equipment or objects (such as a player’s foot) placed alongside or parallel to (but not directly between) the jack and the bowls."

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