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Italian bowling played on a long narrow dirt court


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Merseyside Schools Pan Disability Boccia Tournament 2017 winners Knowsley Central A
Amelia secured gold in shooting and breaststroke, silver in boccia and crossbow and bronze in hockey, swimming relay and doubles badminton.
Zara received a highly recommended award after competing in boccia in the latest Panathlon Challenge organised by Panathlon, a charity that provides sporting opportunities for thousands of disabled young people.
The Sandhill View pupil found his passion with boccia and plays with SMILE through Sport, an organisation founded by Paralympian Stephen Miller.
I've been playing competitive boccia only since last August when I got my first proper ramp," he said.
Toyota decided to support the Japan Boccia Association and the Japan Wheelchair Basketball Federation with the aim of contributing to improved recognition and proliferation of Paralympic competition.
I have a busy few weeks ahead, with Paralympic parades and photoshoots coming up, but I'm then heading on holiday with the whole Boccia team to celebrate a bit more.
Harry has been competing since 2009 and is twice English National BC4 Champion - including the 2014 event - and four times Disability Sport Events Boccia Open National BC4 Champion.
Pupils from the Corley Centre secured second place in boccia while Year 9 students from Cardinal Wiseman School came third in the rowing relay.
The boccia player, who has been selected for Team GB, said: "I began playing boccia around six months after my condition confined me to a wheelchair, and I can honestly say it has given me a new purpose in life.
Dubai: UAE won gold at the First Fazza International Boccia competition in the doubles event of the BC4 category held on Wednesday.
In addition to all the sports available to try on the day - including cricket, powerchair football, badminton, goalball and boccia - volunteers and representatives from a number of local initiatives and clubs were on hand to help link children with the sports they enjoy.
Boccia shares his experiences and observations as a first lieutenant during his first seven months in the Vietnam War.
DAVID SMITH missed out on Boccia gold yesterday - and should now be heading to the altar.
20pm); 5-a-side football, equestrian, boccia and archery (More4, 4.