Bendigo's Aaron Wilson will spearhead the Australian men's bowls team at the World Championships on the Gold Coast.
On Monday, Wilson was selected as Australia's male singles representative and he'll skipper Corey Wedlock in the men's pairs for the championships that will be played from May 26 to June 7.
The 28-year-old, who is now based at Cabramatta, won the singles gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Wilson is the defending champion in the men's pairs having won the gold medal with Brett Wilkie at the 2016 titles in New Zealand.
The Jackaroos were the best-performed team at the most recent 2016 event, in New Zealand, with four gold, two silver and a bronze from the eight disciplines.
Australian Jackaroos squad for the world titles:
Women - Singles: Kelsey Cottrell. Pairs: Lynsey Clarke, Kelsey Cottrell. Triples: Ellen Ryan, Natasha Scott, Rebecca Van Asch. Fours: Ellen Ryan, Lynsey Clarke, Rebecca Van Asch, Natasha Scott.
Men -Singles: Aaron Wilson. Pairs: Corey Wedlock, Aaron Wilson. Triples: Barrie Lester, Aaron Teys, Aron Sherriff. Fours: Barrie Lester, Aaron Teys, Corey Wedlock, Aron Sherriff.
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