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Somerset Golf Union

Gloucestershire Under 14
Sunday 15th April 2018
Foursomes
1
Louis Ross & Milan Reed Won 3 & 2 Freddie Turnell 
Burnham & Berrow Golf Club
& Kyle Miller 
Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club
2
Halved Alex Marshall 
Farrington Park Golf Club
& james rew 
Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club
3
Finn Ellis & Harry Kennedy Won 4 & 2 Matthew Wordon 
Bath Golf Club
& Dewi John 
Saltford Golf Club
4
Ed Fry & Mitch O'Brien Won 2 Holes Ashton Wylie 
Wells Golf Club
& Tom Canavan 
Enmore Park Golf Club
5
Jamie Berry & Dan Berry Won 2 & 1 Jackson Carey 
Farrington Park Golf Club
& Joshua Owen 
Long Ashton Golf Club
Foursomes Total
Singles
6
Toby Janes Won 3 & 2 Freddie Turnell 
Burnham & Berrow Golf Club
7
Louis Ross Won 5 & 3 Alex Marshall 
Farrington Park Golf Club
8
Finn Ellis Won 2 Holes Matthew Wordon 
Bath Golf Club
9
Milan Reed Won 2 & 1 Ashton Wylie 
Wells Golf Club
10
Ethan Holway Won 2 & 1 Kyle Miller 
Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club
11
Harry Kennedy Won 2 & 1 Dewi John 
Saltford Golf Club
12
Jamie Berry Won 1 Hole Jackson Carey 
Farrington Park Golf Club
13
Ed Fry Won 2 Holes Joshua Owen 
Long Ashton Golf Club
14
Mitch O'Brien Won 4 & 2 james rew 
Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club
15
Dan Berry Won 1 Hole Tom Canavan 
Enmore Park Golf Club
Singles Total 4 6
Sunday Total

On an overcast and showery Filton Golf Club, Somerset Under 14 squad dug deep to deliver a fine win over a competitive Gloucestershire side. All of the matches were highly competitive with some very good golf being demonstrated by both team on a very wet course.

The morning foursomes were halved, with our points coming from a half from Alex Marshall & James Rew, and full points from Dewi John and Matthew Wordon and Ashton Wylie & Tom Canavan.

The singles seemed at one stage to be going the way of Gloucestershire as they took a 1 point lead after the first five games. Freddie Turnell and Matthew Wordon kept us in the hunt by winning their games.

Things turned in our favour as the last few games were played out. Dewi John levelled the scores in game 6, and James Rew putting us a head with a relatively comfortable 4&2 win. The drama finally unfolded on the 18th green, as first Jackson Carey, then Josh Owen held their nerve to hole tricky putts to take Somerset to victory. Tom Canavan was very unlucky not to hole the last putt of the match that would have earned him a half.

The team spirit shown by the team was evident throughout the day, each player providing encouragement for his team mates. This was demonstrated perfectly at the 18th green as the entire side congregated to support the final games being played out. No doubt this will have greatly pleased the watching Performance Coach Ian Vibert and our Sports Psychologist James Lambdon as much as the watching families and supporters.

 



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