Kurling is a fun competitive team game. It has risen in popularity in recent years, as it has been made possible to play without the use of an ice rink. Kurling may be played indoors on a suitable surface, and has become more and more common in care home settings. The game can be played without physical exertion and relies on accuracy and concentration. This is a set of 2 Kurling pusher heads and handles. These items allow the player to push their kurling stone down the court. While the stones may be pushed by hand, these pushers can aid those who experience difficulty relating to mobility conditions. The telescopic pushers can allow the stones to be pushed or retrieved without having to bend down. Bending down can be difficult for some players, so the plastic pushers have a comfortable handle to assist. There is a range of 830 - 1260mm (32.5-49.5"), which means that most people will be able to find a length that suits them. Supplied as set of 2 pusher heads and handles. A pair of 2 kurling pushers comprised of 2 pusher heads and handles They allow kuring to be played by individuals who would have difficulty bending down to move the stones The pusher handles have a telescopic handle to suit individuals with a variety of needs Players are able to push off the stones but also retrieve them with these pushers The set has a range of 32.5 to 49.5"