Emma Boyd came to prominence in 2017, when she was selected by Canada for the 2017 World Junior Championships in Wales, known as the IICB Champinships. She won the Under-25 mixed doubles gold medal at the Championships. She later moved to live in Australia and joined the Tweed Heads BC.  

n 2023, she was selected as part of the team to represent Canada at the blue riband event of the sport, the 2023 World Outdoor Bowls Championship. She participated in the women's triples and the women's fours events. In the fours, Boyd qualified in second place in her group before being eliminated in the quarter final after losing to Scotland. One week later in the triples partnering Joanna Cooper and Baylee van Steijn, the team won a bronze medal after losing to New Zealand in the semi finals.

CLUB: Club Tweed/Tsawwassen Lawn Bowls Club (Canada) 

OCCUPATION: Bowls and Marketing Assistant at Club Tweed

AEROBOWLS USED: Optimas and Sonics on slower greens

WHY DO YOU USE AEROBOWLS? Australian Owned and Operated, I can visualise my line with the Sydney Harbour trajectory also for the colours, z scoop grip and glitter paint!

CAREER GOALS: Play in the Commonwealth Games, representing Canada and to always be a fierce competitor and great teammate. 

MOST ADMIRED PLAYER: Jo Edwards and Lynsey Clarke

FAVOURITE GREENS: Club Tweed Green One Rink 1 

FAVOURITE QUOTE: "Don't tell me the sky's the limit when there are footprints on the moon" 



  • Bronze medal in women’s triples at World Bowls 2023
  • 2023 State Pennant Winners - Club Tweed
  • World U25 Triples winner
  • QLD State Triples Runners Up 
  • U25 Canadian National Singles Champion 
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