England teams selected for European challenge

first_img26 Jun 2019 England teams selected for European challenge Tags: elite golf, England teams, European Team Championships Four England teams packed with champions will challenge for European team honours next month.The line-up includes Women’s Amateur Champion Emily Toy, multiple winner Lily May Humphreys, Brabazon Trophy winner Ben Schmidt, Boys’ Amateur Champion Conor Gough and European Nations Cup individual champion Tom Sloman (pictured).The European team championships, for men, women, boys and girls, take place from 9-13 July.The teams:Men at Ljunghusen, SwedenAlex Fitzpatrick, 20, (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) was third in the Jones Cup Invitational in the USA.Harry Hall, 21, (West Cornwall), was runner-up in the Brabazon Trophy.Ben Jones, 20, (Northamptonshire County) was a semi-finalist in the Amateur Championship.Matty Lamb, 21, (Hexham, Northumberland) was runner-up in the St Andrews Links Trophy.Tom Plumb, 20 (Yeovil, Somerset), won the Cape Province Open in South AfricaTom Sloman, 22, (Taunton & Pickeridge, Somerset) won the individual title at the European Nations Cup.Women at Is Molas, ItalyLianna Bailey, 22, (Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire) won the 2018 St Rule Trophy and was runner-up this year.Annabell Fuller, 17, (Roehampton, Surrey) won the Major Champions Invitational in the United StatesAlice Hewson, 21, (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire) has twice helped England win European team gold medals.Lily May Humphreys, 17, (Stoke by Nayland, Essex) has won the Irish and Welsh Stroke Play Championships and the Annika Invitational Europe.Hannah Screen, 19, (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire) led the qualifiers at the Women’s Amateur Championship.Emily Toy, 21, (Carlyon Bay, Cornwall) is the new Women’s Amateur ChampionBoys at Chantilly, FranceBarclay Brown, 18, (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) won the 2018 Carris Trophy and the Telegraph Junior Championship.Conor Gough, 16, (Stoke Park, BB&O) won the 2018 Boys’ Amateur Championship and the McGregor and Fairhaven Trophies.Max Hopkins, 16, (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) was runner-up in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters.Joe Pagdin, 17, (Lake Nona, Florida) was fourth in the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley, USA.Ben Schmidt,16, (Rotherham, Yorkshire) is the youngest winner of the Brabazon Trophy and has just won the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters.Robin Williams, 17, (Peterborough Milton, Northamptonshire) represented Europe in the Junior Ryder Cup.Girls at Parador de El Saler, SpainJessica Baker,16, (Gosforth Park Ladies, Northumberland) was a semi-finalist in the English Women’s Amateur.Rosie Belsham, 17, (Whitley Bay, Northumberland) was a record-setting winner in the Fairhaven Trophies.Ellie Gower, 16, (Gleneagles, Scotland) won the 2019 Girls’ Cyprus Open.Charlotte Heath, 17, (Huddersfield, Yorkshire) was fourth in the Welsh Open Stroke Play.Mimi Rhodes, 17, (Burnham & Berrow, Somerset), was a quarter finalist in the Women’s Amateur Championship.Caitlin Whitehead, 16, (Carus Green, Cumbria), won the 2018 European Young Masters and the Asia Pacific Junior Championship.last_img read more

Nelson, Davie spark Leafs past Spokane Braves

first_imgEllliot Piourde opened the scoring for the Braves midway through the opening frame.However, even playing shorthanded with seven regular out of the lineup, and Kootenay Ice net minder Curt Doyle between the pipes, the Leafs took over the game scoring three times in the final eight minute of the period.Jordan Davie, Levi Hulston on the power play and Cleary Ambrose with his first of the season, game Nelson the lead heading into the period break.Samuel Weber increased the margin to 4-1 early in the second before Nelson went to work on the power play with his first of the game.Kurtis Redding cut the margin to 5-2 before Nelson scored his second of the game before the period concluded and finished off the hat-trick in the third.Nelson was missing forwards Blair Andrews, Rayce Miller, goalie Josh Willams and defencemen Ainge McGeady-Bruce and Dash Thompson.The Leafs return to action Wednesday when Creston Valley Thunder Cats pay a visit to the NDCC Arena. Kolten Nelson scored three times on the power play and Jordan Davie collected four points sparking the Nelson Leafs to a 7-2 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Spokane Braves Sunday afternoon at the NDCC Arena.The victory salvaged a weekend where Nelson dropped two games to the Castlegar Rebels.Nelson had lost eight of nine games entering Sunday’s contest.last_img read more