Australian Jackaroo Natasha Scott has been kind enough to except an invitation from Bowls Australia to be the inaugural Jackaroo to feature in BA’s new initiative Facebook Focus, an online Q & A between the Australian Jackaroos and Facebook users world-wide.
Tonight at 5pm (QLD), 6pm (AEDT) the general public can log onto Facebook and send in their questions for Natasha Scott to answer on the Bowls Australia Facebook page.
Simply type in your questions to the comments section below the Facebook Focus picture on the Bowls Australia Facebook home page and Scott will reply with the assistance of BA’s newly appointed Communications Co-ordinator Kelsey Cottrell.
The idea of Facebook Focus is for keen bowlers to send in their questions, whether it is about Scott’s training program, greatest achievements or her ferocious drive; she will answer between 5pm and 6pm QLD time (6pm and 7pm AEDT).
Scott was a member of the 2014 Australian Commonwealth Games team; she is a World Triples Champion from the 2012 World Championships in Adelaide and has plenty of experience representing Australia in 139 games.
Scott is one of the younger members of the Australian Jackaroos and after four years representing Australia she has lots to share about her experiences.
Scott is currently in Queensland preparing for the annual QLD v NSW Test Series at Chermside Bowling Club in Brisbane that will commence at 9am Tuesday February 17.
Bowls Australia would like to encourage everyone to ‘like’ the Bowls Australia Facebook page to keep up with all the latest news in the bowling community.
Click on this link to view Bowls Australia’s Facebook page.