| Place Of Birth || Wales |
| Residence || St Mellons, Cardiff, Wales |
| International Debut || 1977 |
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
Bronze in the fours (Sutherland, Shipperlee and John) - defeated in semi-final by Fitzpatrick-Wong, Nivala, Ranger and Weigand (Canada), 13-12
| Other || Gillian has represented Wales in three Commonwealth Games and in series against South Africa, Spain, England, Jersey and Scotland.|
Having travelled the globe competing in numerous international and test matches - not to mention three Commonwealth Games - playing has certainly proven to be more fun for the 64-year-old.
It's certainly a case of like mother, like daughter for Gillian. Watching her mother bowling for Wales drew her to the green after she decided that playing would be more fun that watching.
24 years after making her Commonwealth Games debut, Gillian will once again be pulling on the Welsh colours in Melbourne for what will be her fourth Games.
Having clinched a bronze medal in Manchester, Gillian is looking to better the result down under and has only gold in mind.