England boy international Bradley Moore will captain the GB&I team to face the Continent of Europe in the Jacques Leglise Trophy match at Royal Dornoch on August 28 and 29.
Moore (Image © Leaderboard Photography) is one of three England players selected for the boys’ match by the R&A, alongside Will Enefer and Marco Penge.
Enefer, 17, (Wrekin) was runner-up in the German boys’ open and tied third in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Master.
Moore, 17, (Kedleston Park) won the Carris Trophy recently and has topped the England Golf boys’ order of merit for the past two years.
Penge, 17, (Golf at Goodwood) reached the semi-finals of the Boys’ Amateur Championship at Royal Birkdale and has notched up three wins this season, including the Scottish stroke play.
Moore and Penge were both members of the team which won the Jacques Leglise Trophy last year, with a 12½ – 11½ triumph at Barsebäck in Sweden. It was GB&I’s 37th win overall compared to ten for the Continent of Europe.
The format for the match is four foursomes ties each morning, eight singles matches on the afternoon of Friday 28 August and nine singles matches on the afternoon of Saturday 29 August.
The full team is:
Ben Chamberlain (18), Padeswood & Buckley, Wales
William Enefer (17), Wrekin, England
Calum Fyfe (18), Cawder, Scotland
Tim Harry (18), Vale Resort, Wales
Bradley Moore (17) (Captain), Kedleston Park, England
Thomas Mulligan (16), Co Louth, Ireland
Marco Penge (17), Golf at Goodwood, England
Sandy Scott (17), Nairn, Scotland
Thomas Williams (17), Wrexham, Wales
For more information on the Jacques Leglise Trophy visit the R&A website.