Head coach Steve Glasson says the Australian Jackaroos will have "a bigger target on our backs now" after three World Bowls gold medals but he warned they will not "rest on our laurels". "I don't think it's sunk it yet; it's just been phenomenal," ... Unlimited Magazine, 1 month ago
Australia's gold medal winning men's pair, Brett Wilkie (L) and Aaron Wilson at the 2016 World Bowls championships in Christchurch. Head coach Steve Glasson says the Australian Jackaroos will have "a bigger target on our backs now" after three ...Sunday Star-Times, 1 month ago
Exuberant Australian bowls star Karen Murphy proclaimed Burnside her "favourite club in the world" after successfully defending her world singles title. The 41-year-old became only the third player in World Bowls tournament history to win back to ...Unlimited Magazine, 1 month ago Back to back world bowls champion Karen Murphy hails Burnside as her 'happy hunting ground' The Press NZ, 1 month ago
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