Bowls is not typically associated with expletive, emotionally charged language but New Zealand's latest champion flipped the script while celebrating his win on live television.

In an explicit post-match interview, the 2018 Triples team captain David Eades was "a lot excited" after claiming the national title and it showed.

Talking to Sky Television after the match about what the win meant to him, Eades dropped three F-bombs in the space of about 10 seconds after the win.

"F***in' heaps man. That's for my son Ben and my wife Irene, I f***in' love them to f***in' bits and I'd die for them all," he said.


His response was met with laughter from the spectators with the interviewee awkwardly apologising to the viewers.

"Sorry about that - live television," she said.

Eades was unable to stand still for the remainder of the interview, rocking to-and-fro, leaning in tightly to the microphone to answer the remaining questions.

He went on to thank his team mates, Bruce McClinktock and Bart Robinson, as well as praising the opposition after the toughly fought final.

"The three people that we played against, they are very very fine bowlers.

"They're probably the best three bowlers in North Harbour and Triples, and mate to beat them you have to be very very good. They're a great combination," Eades said.

At the end of the interview Eades assured the interviewee and viewers that he would be celebrating well afterward.