WOMEN'S GOLF Gloucestershire to the fore... again

Gloucestershire will again represent the region in the women's England Golf County Finals following yesterday's 5-4 win over hosts Devon at Woodbury Park.

Gloucestershire's win – their fourth of the week – meant they have built up an unassailable position at the South West Inter Counties Match Week summit as Devon, who beat Cornwall and Wiltshire on the opening two days, suffered a surprise 5-4 defeat to Dorset on Wednesday.


WOMEN'S GOLF Boyd is English amateur champion

2013 English Women's amateur champion Sarah-Jane Boyd, image copyright and courtesy leaderboard photography.com Cornwall's Sarah-Jane Boyd has won the English Women's Amateur Championship at Kings Norton, Worcestershire.

Boyd finished two strokes ahead of fellow England golf international Alex Peters with a total of two over par 290 after four rounds.


BUCS GOLF University of Exeter in match play final

University of Exeter golf captain Laurie Potter. image copyright and courtesy Tom Ward SportTop Exeter student golfers compete in the British Universities & Colleges Sport team match play final against University of Central Lancashire today.

The final takes placed over the championship links at Formby Golf Club, on the Lancashire coast.


SW GOLF Toy is youngest Cornwall ladies champion

Carlyon Bay teenage ace Emily Toy has become the youngest ever Cornwall Ladies amateur golf champion.

The 15-year-old beat six times finalist and past champion Rachael Lloyd-Phillips 1 up at Tehidy Park in yesterday's 36 hole final.


CHANNEL LEAGUE 2013 Devon v Cornwall

Adam Bridgewater's defending Channel League champions Devon tee off their title defence against cross-Tamar rivals Cornwall - last season's runners-up - at Tavistock Golf Club on Sunday (0930).

Cornwall's team includes debutant Joe York from St Mellion while player-captain Bridgewater recalls Tavistock's experienced Alan Gawman, whose home course knowledge should prove key. 


WOMENS GOLF Dorset's Hall is Europe's amateur no 1

Dorset amateur ace Georgia Hall from Remedy Oak GC courtesy & copyright leaderboard photographyDorset's England international teenage sensation Georgia Hall is Europe's number one woman amateur golfer for 2012.

The 16-year-old British girls' champion from Remedy Oak GC is the first English player to top the table since the Ladies' European Amateur Ranking began in 2005.


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