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Top players selected for England squads

Double European amateur champion Ashley Chesters, English champion Nick Marsh and British stroke play champion Meghan MacLaren are among the players named in the England training squads for 2014/15.

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Lancashire claim first title as weather wrecks final session

Lancashire were crowned English Senior Men’s County Champions for the first time after a storm-hit, disrupted and shortened final day of a difficult week at Hindhead in Surrey.

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English amateurs to play in WPGA Challenge

Fifteen top English amateurs will be in the field when the buying cialis without a prescription'>buying cialis without a prescription WPGA International Challenge returns next week to hydrochlorothiazide cialis'>hydrochlorothiazide cialis Stoke by Nayland, on the Suffolk/Essex border.

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S&A boys look to Bulgaria after a Champion display

As expected, Southport & Ainsdale proved comfortable winners of the English Champion Club Tournament at a sunny Trentham in Staffordshire. 

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Hampshire win Women’s County Finals

Hampshire became the new English women’s county champions as torrential rain washed out the singles at Belton Park Golf Club in Lincolnshire.

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England snatch victory in Women’s Home Internationals

England snatched victory by the tiny margin of a half point at the end of we choice woman and levitra a thrilling last day’s play in the Women’s Home Internationals at Aberdovey, Wales.

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Collins bridges 24-year gap to bring title to Kent

Mark Collins became the first Kent golfer in 24 years to win the dosage cialis English Men’s County Champion of Champions Tournament when he upstaged his more fancied rivals over the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa.

The 19 year old from the Chart Hills club carded a four-under-par 69 in the second round a five-under tally of 141, finishing two strokes ahead of Durham champion Richard Aisbitt and Martin Young from Hampshire, Aisbitt sealing second spot on countback.

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Victory proves elementary for eight-birdie Watson

A superb round of 69, containing eight birdies, saw Billy Watson secure the Junior County Champions title for Hampshire over the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa, ending a two-year domination by Lincolnshire golfers.

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