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Wales keeping it Weale

Wales have included double gold medallist Robert Weale in their 15-strong lawn bowls team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Presteigne-born Weale won two gold, three silver and a bronze medal in Delhi in 2010 and forms part of a squad that ranges in age from 25 to 71.

Hazel Wilson, Commonwealth Games coordinating manager for lawn bowls, told BBC Sport: "We're really happy to be the first team announcing our full squad.

"There's a great mix of youth and experience amongst the team which will stand us in good stead."

Men's team: Mark Harding (Beddau, pairs and fours), Paul Taylor (Bridgend, triples and fours), Jonathan Tomlinson (Neath-Port Talbot, triples and fours), Robert Weale (Presteigne, singles and pairs), Marc Wyatt (Caerphilly, triples and fours).

Women's team: Anwen Butten (Carmarthen, singles and pairs), Lisa Forey (Swansea, triples and fours), Kelly Packwood (Newport, triples and fours), Kathy Pearce, (Berriew, triples and fours) Caroline Taylor (Berriew, singles and pairs).

Visually impaired mixed Pairs: Rosa Crean (Cardiff), Gilbert Miles (Swansea).

Para-sport triples: Chris Gibson (Cardiff), Dave Powell (Monmouthshire), Kevin Woolmore (Wrexham).