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Golf - 28. June 2007.


The match will be played over the Torrance Course on 27 & 28 July and as Mary McKenna, the team Captain said; “not many of our team know the course so we have a lot of homework to do by the end of this week.”

“We’ll mainly be working on yardages, alternative pin positions and the game plan to be used on each hole so that when we go there for the match at the end of July, the course management strategy will be down on paper.”

“This week we will also have a first look at possible pairings, remembering that in South Africa for the Commonwealth Tournament the pairings we used worked really well.”

For the training session, Mary will be assisted by Tegwen Matthews and LGU coach Lawrence Farmer who will be able to advise on course management.

Mary continued; “First and foremost it is a great chance for the girls to get to know each other and to work out a strategy away from the pressure of the match.”

Further information:

Laura Rushby, Championship Manager, Ladies’ Golf Union, Tel: +44 783 497 9297

Lynn Wallace, Communications, Ladies’ Golf Union, Tel: ++44 1334 475811

1. Team:

Rachel Bell (25), Ganton

Liz Bennett (24), Brokenhurst Manor

Krystle Caithness (18), St Regulus

Tara Delaney (21), Carlow

Naomi Edwards (23), Ganton

Sahra Hassan (19), Vale of Glamorgan

Breanne Loucks (19), Wrexham

Melissa Reid (19), Chevin

Kerry Smith (34), Waterlooville


1. Florentyna Parker (18), Royal Birkdale

2. Jenna Wilson (23), Strathaven

3. Jodi Ewart (19), Catterick

4. Michele Thomson (19), Mcdonald Ellon


Mary Mckenna, Donabate


Tegwen Matthews

2. The match consists of four foursomes and eight singles on each of the two days.

3. GB&I won in 2005 at Chantilly 13-11 and in 2003 at County Louth 12½ – 11½.

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