A team of 15 bowlers has been named to represent New Zealand at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Games veterans Val Smith and Ali Forsyth will anchor the team but will be joined by young players including 19 year-old Selina Goddard and 22 year-olds Amy McIlroy and Mandy Boyd.
The team includes five bowlers competing in the para-sport events as well as ten competing in the able-bodied disciplines.
The new face in the men's side is Blake Signal of Wellington
Of the five para-sport bowlers, only triples player Barry Wynks has previously competed at a Commonwealth Games.
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
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
Partially Sighted Pairs - David Stallard, Peter Blick (director)
- Sue Curran, Christine Foster (director)
Disabled Triples - Lynda Bennett, Barry Wynks and Mark Noble