In a fours game thirds A and B have each played their first bowl when it is noticed second A has only played one bowl. May second A play the second bowl?
No. As a bowl has been played by each team before the mistake is discovered second A forfeits the right to play the bowl. Law 29.4.2
Team A holds three shots in a triples match. Both skips have to play their last bowls. A sudden torrential downpour forces all players to leave the green for about five minutes. When play is resumed, skip A goes to the mat to play his/her last bowl to which skip B objects and wants the end replayed. What is the position?
Skip B is correct. The end should be declared dead. Law 32.2