Jackaroos continue to flex on the world stage

Jackaroos continue to flex on the world stage

With the series already in safe keeping, the Australian Jackaroos have hammered another nail into England’s proverbial coffin, with a near faultless performance in worsening Gold Coast conditions.

Scott Thulborn ultimately proved too classy for Sam Tolchard in the men’s singles.

Despite a small scare after 14 ends when Tolchard drew within 1 shot, Thulborn had the scoreboard ascendency throughout the match, prevailing 21-16.

Aron Sherriff was skipping newly minted centurion member Barrie Lester, in his 100th international capped match, with the pair celebrating in style with a 16-9 victory.

Aaron Wilson continued his scintillating form skipping the men’s fours team, triumphing 20-8.

Natasha Scott seemed to be in a spot of bother with the score stretching to a double-digit lead to England’s Kathryn Rednall, before Scott imposed herself on the contest to claim a come-from-behind victory by a slender shot, 21-20.

Ellen Ryan and Carla Krizanic produced the goods against the Sam Tolchard and Sian Honnor combination, with a clinical 24-8 win.

Bec Van Asch had the honour of skipping the women’s fours’ quality grouping of Kelsey Cottrell, Lynsey Clarke and Kristina Krstic, who continued in the winner’s circle with a 16-7 victory.

The final session of the Australia v England Test is currently underway at Broadbeach Bowls Club on the Gold Coast, with Australia destined to claim the silverware.

April 28, 2017 / by / in

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