Leading young English players will cross the Channel later this month to target two French titles.
Five members of the England Golf women and girls’ squads will play in the French U21 women’s championship at St Cloud, from 29 March to 2 April: Annabell Fuller and Martha Lewis of Surrey, Mimi Rhodes of Somerset, Hannah Screen of Hertfordshire and Amelia Williamson of Norfolk.
Six players from the England boys’ squad have been selected for the simultaneous French boys’ championship at St Germain: Barclay Brown of Yorkshire, Enrique Dimayuga of Surrey, Harry Goddard and Max Hopkins of Hertfordshire, Matthew Freeman of Nottinghamshire and Robin Williams of Northamptonshire (pictured, copyright Leaderboard Photography).
Annabell Fuller, 15, (Roehampton) was runner-up in the recent Portuguese women’s amateur and is the English U16 girls’ champion.
Martha Lewis, 18, (St Georges Hill) was runner-up in the 2017 English girls’ championship, among other good results.
Mimi Rhodes, 16, (Burnham & Berrow) reached the last 16 in the British girls’ and won the U16 trophy at the Scottish girls’ championship.
Hannah Screen, 18, (Berkhamsted) was runner-up in the British women’s stroke play and helped England win the Girls’ Home Internationals.
Amelia Williamson, 17, (Royal Cromer) was in England girls’ team which won a European bronze medal and is a consistently high finisher
The boys will play both individually and in two teams for the Nations Cup:
Harry Goddard, 18, (Hanbury Manor) has helped England win the Boys’ Home Internationals for the last two years.
Matthew Freeman, 16, (Notts.) was fifth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and runner up in the Midland qualifying for boys’ County Finals
Robin Williams, 16, (Peterborough Milton) was a semi-finalist in the Boys’ Amateur Championship and is a GB&I and England boy international.
Barclay Brown, 17, (Hallamshire) was in England’s winning teams at the European Young Masters and in the U16 international against Spain.
Enrique Dimayuga, 16, (Walton Heath) was fifth in the English U16 boys’ McGregor Trophy and in the North of England U16 championship.
Max Hopkins, 15, (Bishop’s Stortford) was runner-up in the English U16 boys' McGregor Trophy, and reached the last 32 in the Boys’ Amateur