Issued 8th May, 2019
England six face France in boys’ international
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Six England players will take on France in an U18 boys’ international at Chantilly Golf Club this weekend.
They are Enrique Dimayuga of Surrey (pictured), Dubai-based Josh Hill, Habebul Islam of Ipswich, Ben Pierleoni of Hertfordshire, Ben Schmidt of Yorkshire and Robin Williams of Northamptonshire.
The match takes place on Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11 May, and is being played on the course which will host the European boys’ team championship in July.
The players are all members of the England Golf national boys’ squad:
Enrique Dimayuga, 17, (Walton Heath) tied fourth in the stroke play stages of the 2019 French Boys’ championship and reached the last 16 in the match play. He was 10th in the Hampshire Salver.
Josh Hill, 15, (Dubai) was in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals and has started a busy schedule on 2019 events, mixing men’s and boys’ tournaments.
Habebul Islam, 18, (Ipswich) was also in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals. He reached the match play stages of the 2019 French Boys’ championship and had a top 20 finish in the Portuguese Men’s Amateur.
Ben Pierleoni, 17, (Berkhamsted) was 10th in the Berkhamsted Trophy and reached the match play stages of the French Boys’ championship. He has successfully represented England at U16 level.
Ben Schmidt, 16, (Rotherham) was third in last weekend’s U18 Fairhaven Trophies, having had top tens in the U21 Darwin Salver and the Portuguese Men’s Amateur. Last season he won the English Boys’ County Champion of Champions and the Lee Westwood Trophy.
Robin Williams, 17, (Peterborough Milton) represented Europe in the 2018 Junior Ryder Cup. He was in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals and sank the winning putt for GB&I in the Jacques Leglise Trophy match against continental Europe.
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