Glen Pitts – Algester
Glen was happy to be selected for the team.
“It’s a great chance to represent my club and be acknowledged for my bowls,” he said.
Glen has played bowls for 13 years after looking for a competitive sport to play since football.
“I got asked to go for a roll up, got the bowls bug and have never looked back!” he said.
Glen now plays bowls for 10-12 hours each week.
His bowls highlights so far have been achieving runner-up in the Queensland Champion of Champions singles, being the Bowls NSW Division 1 State Pennant runner-up and championships with his team mates.
Glen looks up to Kelvin Kerkow for inspiration and says he’d like to play at the highest level he can and have some fun along the way.
When asked what advice he would offer to encourage new bowlers, Glen said ,“enjoy the game , you can’t play the perfect bowl all the time and remember to ask questions”.
If he could make one wish for bowls in Australia, it would be to stick with grass greens.