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New caps can spur England to regain European boys’ crown

England Golf will field four players - Adam Chapman (Windermere, Cumbria), Harry Ellis (Meon Valley, Hampshire, IoW & CI), Marco Penge (Worthing, Sussex) and Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park, Derbyshire) – new to boys international team golf in its six-strong squad that will seek to win the European Boys Team Championships for the first time in nine years at Murcar Links in Scotland on 9th – 13th July.

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Smith proves a point with steely Brabazon triumph

Jordan Smith put the disappointment of not being selected by England for the forthcoming European Team Championships by lifting the www.createinternational.com Brabazon Trophy in splendid fashion as calm conditions returned to Formby.

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Experienced England squad targets men's European title

Newly-crowned Amateur champion Garrick Porteous (Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland) and Neil Raymond (Corhampton, Hampshire, IoW & CI) have been named in a strong six-man England team to contest the European Men’s Team Championships at Silkeborg Ry Golf Club in Jutland, Denmark on 9th – 13th July.

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Gina triumphs in England’s Grand Medal Final

Lancashire’s Gina Parish secured the biggest prize of a short golfing career when she won England Golf’s Grand Medal Final by a stroke at Northamptonshire County Golf Club.

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Evans bounces back to win Berkshire Trophy

Ryan Evans (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) put the disappointment of not qualifying for the Amateur Championship behind him by winning the Berkshire Trophy at The Berkshire.

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Porteous bridges ten-year gap with Amateur Championship triumph

Garrick Porteous became the first Englishman for a decade to http://www.daytonchristian.com/indian-levitra win the Amateur Championship when he beat Finland’s Toni Hakula 6 and 5 in the 36-hole final at a wind-swept Royal Cinque Ports in Kent.

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Sue Dye leads by five in senior championship

Cheshire’s Sue Dye scored her second sub-par round today to power into a five-shot lead at the English senior women’s stroke play championship at Shanklin and Sandown on the http://earlylearningathome.com/online-cialis-prescriptions Isle of Wight.

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Massey and Ward off to Denmark

Cameron Massey (Wallasey, Cheshire) and Nick Ward (Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire), both members of the England under 18 squad, will represent England Golf in the 54-hole Rudersdal Junior Open at Fureso Golfklub near Copenhagen on www.wildstrawberrylodge.com 29th – 30th June.

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