Teams set to challenge for boys’ county crown

Boys County Finals Trophy
Teams from BB&O – Berks, Bucks & Oxon – Somerset, Staffordshire and Yorkshire will meet this week to decide the English Boys’ County Championship.
The action will start tomorrow and unfold over the three-day competition at Northamptonshire County Golf Club.
Somerset are seeking their first title; Staffordshire and BB&O will target their second after their previous wins in 2013 and 1999 respectively; and Yorkshire will aim for their seventh outright crown and their eighth overall, including a tied result in 2004.
The championship will be played from Tuesday to Thursday, 29-31 August, and is a round robin competition, with three foursomes each morning and six singles in the afternoon.
Tomorrow, Somerset will take on Yorkshire in match one, while Staffordshire play BB&O in match two. On Wednesday the match one winners play the match two losers; and the match two winners play the match one losers. On Thursday the round robin will be completed.
Teams:
BB&O 
Harrison Arnold, Castle Royle
Fraser Bown, Maidenhead,
Melan Dhaubhadel, Calcot Park
Conor Gough, Stoke Park
Thomas Lawton, East Berkshire
Taylor Paul, Stoke Park
Sebastian Tannum Donaldson, Buckinghamshire
Somerset
Louis Archer, Saltford
Jake Bovington, Enmore Park
Ollie Brimfield, Mendip Spring
Josh Higgs, Wells
Huxley Howell, Saltford
Adam Jolly, Bath
Dylan Xanh, Mendip Spring
Staffordshire 
James Bailey, Branston
Thomas Beasley, The Chase
Alex Chapman, Trentham
Harry Fearn, Leek
Ollie Read, Branston
Jack Smith, South Staffs
James Wilkes, Staffordshire
Yorkshire
Charlie Daughtrey, Rotherham
Michael Hay, Hunley Hall
George Heath, Woodsome Hall
Jack Leversidge, Abbeydale
Callum Macfie, Lindrick
Ben Schmidt, Rotherham
James Swash, Middlesbrough
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Teams set to challenge for boys’ county crown
Teams from BB&O – Berks, Bucks & Oxon – Somerset, Staffordshire and Yorkshire will meet this week to decide the English Boys’ County Championship.
The action will start tomorrow and unfold over the three-day competition at Northamptonshire County Golf Club.
Somerset are seeking their first title; Staffordshire and BB&O will target their second after their previous wins in 2013 and 1999 respectively; and Yorkshire will aim for their seventh outright crown and their eighth overall, including a tied result in 2004.
The championship will be played from Tuesday to Thursday, 29-31 August, and is a round robin competition, with three foursomes each morning and six singles in the afternoon.
Tomorrow, Somerset will take on Yorkshire in match one, while Staffordshire play BB&O in match two. On Wednesday the match one winners play the match two losers; and the match two winners play the match one losers. On Thursday the round robin will be completed.
Teams:
BB&O
Harrison Arnold, Castle Royle
Fraser Bown, Maidenhead,
Melan Dhaubhadel, Calcot Park
Conor Gough, Stoke Park
Thomas Lawton, East Berkshire
Taylor Paul, Stoke Park
Sebastian Tannum Donaldson, Buckinghamshire
Somerset
Louis Archer, Saltford
Jake Bovington, Enmore Park
Ollie Brimfield, Mendip Spring
Josh Higgs, Wells
Huxley Howell, Saltford
Adam Jolly, Bath
Dylan Xanh, Mendip Spring
Staffordshire
James Bailey, Branston
Thomas Beasley, The Chase
Alex Chapman, Trentham
Harry Fearn, Leek
Ellis Muckley, Great Barr
Ollie Read, Branston
Jack Smith, South Staffs
James Wilkes, Staffordshire
Yorkshire
Charlie Daughtrey, Rotherham
Michael Hay, Hunley Hall
George Heath, Woodsome Hall
Jack Leversidge, Abbeydale
Callum Macfie, Lindrick
Ben Schmitt, Rotherham
James Swash, Middlesbrough