23 Apr 2014
Auckland's Selina Goddard (Carlton Cornwall) was yesterday named in the New Zealand side to compete at this years Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
At just 19 Selina is the youngest member in the side and will play alongside Mandy Boyd and Amy McIlroy in the triples and with the addition of Val Smith in the Fours.
David Stallard (St Heliers) and his director Peter Blick (Kohimarama) were earlier this year also named to compete in Glasgow as part of the Para-sport side.
New Zealand Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls Men's Team
Singles - Shannon McIlroy
Pairs - Richard Girvan and Blake Signal*
Triples - Ali Forsyth, Shannon McIlroy, and Tony Grantham*
Fours - Ali Forsyth, , Richard Girvan, Blake Signal,* Tony Grantham*
New Zealand Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls Women's Team
Singles - Jo Edwards
Pairs - Jo Edwards and Val Smith
Triples - Mandy Boyd* Amy McIlroy*, and Selina Goddard*
Fours - Mandy Boyd*, Val Smith, Amy McIlroy* and Selina Goddard*
New Zealand Commonwealth Games Lawn Bowls Para-Sport Team
Partially Sighted Pairs (B2 or B3 classification) - David Stallard*, Peter Blick Director and Sue Curran*, Christine Foster Director
Disabled Triples (B6, B7 or B8 classification) - Lynda Bennett*, Barry Wynks and Mark Noble*
*Commonwealth Games Debut
Dave Edwards - Bowls New Zealand National Coach
Terry Scott - Assistant Coach - Selector
Raelene Peters - Assistant Coach - Selector
Peter Belliss - Assistant Coach
John Quinn - Mental Skills Coach