31B PLAYING NO DEAD ENDSNothing in these Laws shall prevent a controlling body from providing in the rules of any game or competition under its control for that game or competition to be played without dead ends.In such an event, the following conditions shall apply:(i) If the jack by the effect of play leaves the rink of play over the bank, it shall be replaced in the rink of play on the centre line of the rink so that the portion of the jack nearest to the mat line is 2m from the front ditch, and play continued.(Ii) If the jack by the effect of play leaves the rink of play over the side boundary, it shall be replaced in the rink of play so that the portion of the jack nearest to the mat line is 2m from the front ditch and 1.5m from the centre line on the same side of the centre line as it originally left the rink of play, and play continued.(Iii) If the spot on the rink to which the jack is to be replaced is occupied by a bowl, the jack shall be placed on the nearest available spot toward the mat line and 1.5m from the centre line even if this be less than 18 metres from the mat line as otherwise required by Law 30(d).(Iv) If the jack rebounds to less than 18m from the mat line the jack shall be replaced as in (i).32 DAMAGED JACKDuring the playing of an end, if the jack is damaged, the umpire shall decide if another jack is necessary and if so, another jack shall be substituted and the end replayed.33 REBOUNDING JACKIf the jack is driven against the face of the bank and rebounds onto the rink, or after being played into the ditch, it be moved by a toucher, so as to find its way onto the rink, it shall be played to as if it had never left the rink.34 JACK DISPLACEMENT34A Displacement by a Non-Toucher(i) of a jack in motionA jack in motion displaced by a rebounding non-toucher from the bank shall be placed by the director of the opposing team or the marker in singles where, in the opinion of the director or marker, the jack would have come to rest.(Ii) of a jack at rest(a) A jack at rest displaced by a non-toucher rebounding from the bank shall be restored as near as possible to its original position by the director of the opposing team or by the marker.(B) Should a jack after having been played into the ditch be displaced by a non-toucher, it shall be restored to its marked position by the director of the opposing team or by the marker.34B Displacement by a Participating Player -(i) of a jack in course(a) If a jack in course be displaced by a player from its own team it shall be redelivered by the opposing player who shall be entitled to reset the mat subject to Law 18A, but shall not play first.(B) If a jack in course be displaced by an opposing player it shall be redelivered by the same player.(Ii) of a jack in motionIf a jack in motion be displaced by a player, the opposing director has the option of:(a) placing the jack where it would have come to rest and replacing any part of the head disturbed by the displaced jack, or(b) having the end replayed. (Iii) of a jack at restIf a jack at rest on the green or in the ditch be displaced by a player, the opposing director shall restore the jack as near as possible to its original position.34C Displacement by a Neutral Object or Neutral Person(other than as provided in Law 34D) -(i) of a jack in courseIf a jack in course be displaced by a neutral object or neutral person it shall be redelivered by the same player.(Ii) of a jack in motionIf a jack in motion be displaced by a neutral object or neutral person it shall be placed where the opposing directors, or opponents in singles, agree that the jack would have come to rest.Failing agreement, the end shall be replayed.(Iii) of a jack at restIf a jack at rest on the rink or in the ditch be displaced by a neutral object or a neutral person, it shall be replaced in its original position by agreement between the directors, or opponents in singles.Failing agreement, the end shall be replayed.34D Inadvertent Displacement(i) If a jack be displaced at the time of measuring it shall be restored to its former position by the opposing director or opponent. (Ii) If such displacement is caused by a marker, umpire or measurer the marker, umpire or measurer shall replace the jack to its original position, of which the marker, umpire or measurer shall be the sole judge. Downloads (100 ) Pub Golf Scorecard Download Watch video presentation on product page from “managing-smart.Com” website. 68 CHALLENGE TO BOWLS68A Challenge to Bowls(i) A challenge may be lodged by the opponent in singles, the skip in a team game, the manager/captain in a side game and/or the official umpire and/or the controlling body. (Ii) A challenge or any intimation thereof shall not be made by any player to an opponent during the progress of a game, on penalty of disqualification.(Iii) A challenge may be lodged with the umpire at any time during a game, provided the umpire is not a player, in that or in any other game of the same competition.(Iv) If a challenge be lodged it shall be made:(a) within 10 minutes of the completion of the game in which the bowls were used or, (b) if the umpire is a player in that particular competition, within 10 minutes of the umpire becoming available at the completion of the game in which the umpire is playing, whichever is the later.(V) Once a challenge is lodged with the umpire it cannot be withdrawn. Make another column to record the total score on each round.