Ross-on-Wye Bowling Club member, Paul Brown, who skipped the bronze Medal winners in the Para Lawn Bowls Triples Rink in Glasgow in 2014, will again represent Bowls England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The Games are being held on the Gold Coast in Australia starting on April 4th.

Paul will be competing in the Para Lawn Bowls Event which is made up of a Physically Disabled Triple and a Visually Impaired Pair. 

He will be playing in the triples along with Kieran Rollings from Kettering, an 18-year-old competing for the first time, who together, recently won the National Disability Bowls England Pairs, and Mike Robertson, from Peterborough, competing in his first games, and who recently won the Bowls England Outdoor National Triples.

Paul is proud to put on the England shirt again, but he has also been given the honour of being the England Para Bowls Ambassador for the Physically Disabled and Visually Impaired team at these Games.

The Visually Impaired team is made up of Steve Simmons, Alison Yearling, Mark Wherry and Sue Wherry.   Ross Bowling Club is proud to be a supporter of Visually Impaired Bowls England.

The England team will fly to Australia to acclimatise and practice, before moving into the Commonwealth Village on March 30th. Ross Bowling Club has sent Paul and the team members their good wishes and hope that he will bring back another medal to show the members once again.