2019 Professional introduces new ePaper display

The BOLA Professional Bowling Machine has been at the forefront of sports technology since it first appeared on the cricketing scene in 1984.

The original conceptual brief to provide accurate and consistent batting practice for cricketers of all standards and abilities is still very much alive and evolutionary development for over thirty years has made the newest machines better than ever.

This is particularly true for the 2019 Professional Machine which introduces a completely new Control Panel with ePaper high resolution display. This allows for an expanded display with enhanced functionality and multiple user-definable options.

Expanded display with enhanced functionality

The new display will show speeds in kph or mph, a session ball count, a session timer, and features a user selectable random increment function for competitive practice sessions.

The new BOLA Professional also features brushless motors which drive concave profile moulded urethane ball delivery wheels. These allow for adjustable speeds in 1 mph increments between 15 and 95 mph (24 and 152 kph); spin, swing and pace bowling with 19 spin and swing settings.

A completely new Control Panel with ePaper high resolution display allows for an expanded display and multiple user-definable options.

The 2019 BOLA Professional also features electronic random variation facility with solid state electronic wheel braking: ball joint complimented by vernier screw adjustment for precision line and length and operation from 12 volt battery or with optional BOLA Power Supply from 230v mains (or 110v if specified).

BOLA Machines are used by thousands of schools, clubs, private individuals and organisations who have recognised a very tangible and enjoyable way of improving batting performance. A first class cricket practice facility available to all cricketers at an affordable price. The BOLA Bowling Machine is the best fun you'll have on your own in a cricket net!

2019 Professional

The 2019 BOLA Professional Machine with new ePaper display