Officiating

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Active LBAA Umpires
Code of Conduct and Ethics for Lawn Bowls Officials
Umpires play a vital role in ensuring that all aspects of play are in line with the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. Umpires must be able to apply their knowledge of the laws in an approach that will make the experience enjoyable for both the participants and the officials.
One of the goals of LBAA is to have at least one umpire at each lawn bowling club in Alberta. If you would like to become an umpire please contact the LBAA office. Umpiring candidates must have a minimum of two years of bowling experience.
Information on becoming a Level 1 Club Umpire

If you are interested in becoming an umpire in 2017 please email the LBAA office at office@bowls.ab.ca.

Information on becoming a Level 2 National Umpire

 

BCB_Laws_coverThe current edition of the laws is titled The Laws of the Sport of Bowls, Crystal Mark 3rd Edition, and was adopted in Canada on April 1, 2015.  For a copy of the Rule book, printed by Bowls Canada Boulingrin, contact the LBAA office.