Mixed U16 team selected for Scotland match

Dominic Clemons

A mixed team of 12 talented young players will represent England in an U16 international against Scotland this weekend. 

The match will be played at Montrose golf Club, Scotland, on Saturday and Sunday, 30 September and 1 October. 
The players are: Dominic Clemons of Hertfordshire, Charlotte Heath of Yorkshire, Charlie Hilton of Sussex, Daisy Kennedy and Thalia Kirby of Buckinghamshire, George Leigh of Cornwall, Harriet Lynch of Essex, Callum Macfie of Yorkshire, Remy Miller of Cheshire, Mimi Rhodes of Somerset, Seb Tannum Donaldson of BB&O (Berks, Buck and Oxon) and Caitlin Whitehead of Cumbria. 
The players:
Dominic Clemons, 15, (Hanbury Manor) was in England’s winning team in this year’s U16 international against Spain and has performed well in individual events.
Charlotte Heath, 15, (Huddersfield) helped Yorkshire win Women’s County Finals and England to beat Switzerland in the U16 girls’ international. 
Charlie Hilton, 16, (Ifield) was also in England’s successful team against Spain and won the Midland U16 boys’ championship.
Daisy Kennedy, 15, (Stoke Park) was also in England’s winning team against Switzerland. She was sixth in the English U16 girls’ championship.
Thalia Kirby, 16, (Stoke Park) was runner-up in the English U16 girls’ championship and third in the Scottish. She, too, was in the winning team against Switzerland.
George Leigh, 15, (Trevose) reached the last 16 in the Boys’ Amateur Championship and tied 11th in the English U16 boys’ open stroke play. 
Harriet Lynch, 16, (Thorndon Park) has had a series of good finishes in women and girls’ events, including a top 30 in the English women’s amateur.
Callum Macfie, 16, (Lindrick) is an experienced U16 international, won the North of England U16 boys’ championship and helped Yorkshire win Boys’ County Finals.
Remy Miller, 15, (Prestbury) has had consistently good results this season including a top ten in the U16 McGregor Trophy. 
Mimi Rhodes, 15, (Burnham & Berrow) is a GB&I U16 international who reached the last 16 in the British girls’ championship. 
Seb Tannum Donaldson, 16, (Buckinghamshire) has been in good form with a series of top ten finishes, including in the North of England U16 championship. 
Caitlin Whitehead, 14, (Kendal) is a GB&I and England U16 international and has also had a string of individual top ten finishes this season.