Aron Sherriff moves to Queensland
Ettalong bowler Aron Sherriff has moved to Queensland to play for the Helensvale Club.
Bowls Central Coast farewelled Sherriff at their presentation night and named him the Central Coast Bowler of the Year on January 20,.
Last year, Aron claimed the Premier League Title for the third consecutive year in a row, took out the State Singles Title and was named the Australian Singles Champion.
He has also been named to the Australian Commonwealth Games team for the third time and is gearing up for the April Games.
Aron said the move had been something he had been considering for some time.
He said that a desire to play with old friends who were members of Helensvale Club and the needs of his family helped make the decision.
"My kids are sort of on the cusp of that age where if we left the move any later it'd be harder for them to adjust," Sherriff said.
"Mark Casey, Brett Wilkie and Nathan Rice, who I played with throughout my international career, are all members of Helensvale and I'm excited to get back on the green with them in preparation for the Games," Sherriff said.
During his time with Ettalong, the club rose to prominence amongst the region's bowling club's and won numerous titles, including securing the NSW Championships for the past four years.
Interview, 8 Mar 2018
Aron Sherriff, Helensvale Bowling Club
Reporter: Dilon Luke
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