Surface of natural or synthetic grass that is bordered by a ditch and a bank; the lawn bowling green is divided into several parallel playing surfaces.
Official who is in charge of enforcing the rules; the umpire can expel a player or team from the competition it they refuse to comply with a decision.
Official who registers the results of each player or team onto a scorecard.
dead bowl area
Zone outside the limits of the rink where bowls are considered out of bounds.
Area 18 to 21 ft wide x 40 to 42 yd long that is laid out for playing lawn bowling.
Rubber surface on which the player stands to throw the bowl toward the jack.
Small culvert that surrounds the green; a bowl falling into the ditch is considered out of bounds.
Small wall that surrounds the ditch to delimit the playing field; it can be no higher than 9 in.