Leading England teenagers head to European Young Masters

Lily May Humphreys

The new English women’s amateur champion, Lily May Humphreys, will represent England in this week’s European Young Masters alongside three other leading teenagers: Barclay Brown, Annabell Fuller and Conor Gough.

The U16 championship will be played at Oslo Golf Club, Norway, from 27-29 July. There are individual competitions for boys and girls and a Nations Cup team event. Humphreys was third in the girls’ championship last year.

The players:

Barclay Brown, 16, (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) was eighth in the Peter McEvoy Trophy, 11th in the Fairhaven Trophies and 15th in the Scottish U16s. In 2016 his results included winning the U18 trophy at the North of England Youths’ championship.

Annabell Fuller, 15, (Roehampton, Surrey) tied for the Annika Invitational Europe only to lose to a birdie on the third play-off hole. She was third in both the German girls’ open and, individually, in the women’s European Nations Cup. She also reached the quarter finals of the French U18 Cartier Trophy.

Lily May Humphreys, 15, (Stoke by Nayland, Essex) became one of the youngest winners of the English women’s amateur when she took the title last week at Lindrick, Yorkshire. She has also won the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and the Astor Salver this season to add to a haul of 2016 titles. Image © Leaderboard Photography.

Conor Gough, 14, (Stoke Park, BB&O) was 11th in last week’s English U16 boys’ open championship for the McGregor Trophy and third in the U18 Fairhaven Trophies. Last season he won the 2016 English U14 boys’ championship for the Reid Trophy and was runner up in the Italian U16s.

Brown, Fuller and Humphreys were all members of the England team which beat Spain in the recent U16 international.