Rule must be >6/24 State (NSW) acuity
• B1: Right eye small light perception. Left eye No light perception.
• B2: Right eye <1/60. Left eye 1/60. R/L eyes 2/60. Vision about 3 metres, or between 5-7 paces from mat.
• B3: Both eyes 3/60 – 4/60 – 5/60 – 6/60. Are able to walk around unaided and recognise some objects within 8-10 metres. If they have tunnel vision they can often see the head but have limited vision either side.
• B4: 6/36 – 6/24. Have more freedom of movement and will not need as much assistance on or off the green.
The Vision Impaired and Blind Bowlers of Western Australia (VIBBWA) formerly WABBA is a non profit organisation dedicated to assisting totally blind and vision impaired people in participating in lawn bowls. Formed in 1975 to provide, or to assist in the provision of, facilities to encourage visually impaired persons to play the game of bowls so that their conditions of life may be improved.
We are located at: Perth and Tattersall’s Bowling & Recreation Club Inc., 2 Plain Street, EAST PERTH WA 6004
- Wayne Forbes
- 0427 632 567
- Michael Pullinger
- 0412 609 136
|2020||Ray Graham||Forrestfield||Mavis Ballantyne||VIBBWA|
|2019||Barry Green||VIBBWA||Elwyn Willis||Valley|
|2016||Graham McLean||Warwick||Sharon Ferres||North Beach|
|2015||Sharon Ferres||VIBBWA||Jayne Parsons||VIBBWA|
|Year||Lead Name||Club||Skip Name||Club|
|2020||Serge Ansquer||Albany||Ray Graham||Forrestfield|
|2019||Mavis Ballantyne||VIBBWA||Steven Hubbard||Yanchep|
|2016||Michael Pullinger||Perth & Tatts||Graham McLean||Warwick|
|2015||Jayne Parsons||VIBBWA||Julie Srhoy||Spearwood|