It’s not only the South African cricket team that will be flying the flag Down Under this month…The South African bowls team for the physically disabled, is off to New Zealand on Tuesday evening, hoping to win the World Championships for a fourth consecutive time…And hopefully inspire the Proteas…The Bowls World Championships start on the 16th of this month.
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it's not a the South African cricket team that will be flying the flag down under this month the South African bolds team for the physically disabled is off to New Zealand this evening hoping to win the World Championships for a fourth consecutive time and hopefully inspire the Proteas the balls World Championships start on the sixteenth of this month the Bulls team consisting of which are bound in visually impaired lawn bowlers has been in a class of its own in recent years at the previous World Championships on home soil in 2011 the team are must 20 gold medals and 13 total to win the overall title they also came out tops in Malaysia in 2003 and in Australia four years later and are aiming high again okay my personal achievements for this tournament in New Zealand is to achieve a gold medal and a gold medal in the pace with my PS partner flippy Walker which I'm going to be playing with and they'll be leaving for New Zealand losing confidence following the exploits at last year Commonwealth Games in Glasgow the lawn bowlers 15 gold medals in total their most by any of the South African sporting codes it's definitely we're looking at you like that great performance in the Commonwealth Games and we are the current world champion South Africa from the previous World Games that we had and we've got a very strong team going across and definitely now with the strong camaraderie and the world to win South Africans you don't lay down for anybody and detect our presence Australia will be aces biggest threat in cincy Toulon sabc use Johannesburg