Amy Gowshall won a bronze medal in the Women's pairs at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
In 2004, she won the gold medal in the fours with Jayne Christie, Jean Baker and Ellen Falkner at the 2004 World Outdoor Bowls Championship.
She won a bronze medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games before representing England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games where she won, with Ellen Falkner, a gold medal in the woman's pairs competition.
In 2007 she won the triples gold medal at the Atlantic Bowls Championship and in 2011 she won the fours gold medal at the Atlantic Championships.
In 2018, she won the National Two Wood Singles defeating Rebecca Field in the final and also finished runner-up to Sophie Tolchard in the 2018 National Singles.
In 2022, under the name of Amy Pharaoh she competed at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in the women's singles and the women's pairs at the Games. In the pairs with Sophie Tolchard she secured a silver medal.
In 2023, she was selected as part of the team to represent England at the 2023 World Outdoor Bowls Championship. She participated in the women's pairs and the women's fours events. In the fours, her team won the gold medal defeating Australia in the final.
- 2023 World Outdoor Championships- Gold Coast-Fours
- 2004 World Outdoor Championships-Leamington Spa-Four
- 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham-Pairs
- 2010 Commonwealth Games Delhi-Pairs
- 2006 Commonwealth Games Melbourne-Triples
- 2002 Commonwealth Games Manchester-Pairs
- 2004 World Indoor Championships-Yarmouth- Mixed Pairs
- 2011 Atlantic Bowls Championships Paphos-Fours
- 2007 Atlantic Bowls Championships Ayr-Triples
- 2012 British Isles Championships-Pairs (Two Times)