Jackaroos retained for 2021 World Bowls Championships

by Domenic Favata

Bowls Australia (BA) selectors have today confirmed the 10-strong contingent originally selected to represent Australia at this year’s postponed World Bowls Championships will remain the same when the event is staged in 2021.

As a result of the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, the World Bowls Championships, which were set to be staged on the Gold Coast, Queensland, from May 26 to June 7, have been moved to May 25 to June 6, 2021.

2021 World Bowls Championships
May 25 – June 6, 2020
Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
Broadbeach, Helensvale & Musgrave Hill

BCiB Australian Jackaroos

Women:

Kelsey Cottrell (29, St Johns Park, NSW)
Lynsey Clarke (36, Club Helensvale, QLD)
Ellen Ryan (23, Cabramatta, NSW)
Natasha Scott (29, Raymond Terrace, NSW)
Rebecca Van Asch (32, Invermay, TAS)

Singles: Kelsey Cottrell
Pairs: Lynsey Clarke, Kelsey Cottrell
Triples: Ellen Ryan, Natasha Scott, Rebecca Van Asch
Fours: Ellen Ryan, Lynsey Clarke, Rebecca Van Asch, Natasha Scott

Men:

Aaron Wilson (28, Cabramatta, NSW)
Corey Wedlock (23, Warilla, NSW)
Barrie Lester (38, Burleigh Heads, QLD)
Aaron Teys (26, Warilla, NSW)
Aron Sherriff (34, Club Helensvale, QLD)

Singles: Aaron Wilson
Pairs: Corey Wedlock, Aaron Wilson
Triples: Barrie Lester, Aaron Teys, Aron Sherriff
Fours: Barrie Lester, Aaron Teys, Corey Wedlock, Aron Sherriff

* ages at time of publishing.