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Middlesex Golf

Middlesex Under 18
Thursday 17th April 2014
Singles
1
Josh Woolley Won 2 & 1 Kumar Starkie-Gupta 
Stanmore Golf Club
2
Ollie Daws Won 4 & 3 Oliver Baker 
Moor Park Golf Club
3
Fraser Mackie Halved Gyu Ho Lee 
Mill Hill Golf Club
4
Conor Byers Won 2 & 1 Tom Nagle 
Pinner Hill Golf Club
5
Arthur Shipton Won 3 & 1 Michael Griffiths 
Pinner Hill Golf Club
6
George Haley Won 4 & 2 Matthew Lockwood 
Sudbury Golf Club
7
James Austin Booth Won 4 & 3 Max Wheeler 
Enfield Golf Club
8
Matt Sutton Won 2 & 1 George Wallis 
Enfield Golf Club
9
George Cockayne Won 4 & 2 James Ruddick 
Fulwell Golf Club
10
Adan Carnell Won 2 & 1 R E T WILLIAMS 
Ealing Golf Club
Singles Total
Foursomes
11
Wooley & Daws Won 1 Hole Oliver Baker 
Moor Park Golf Club
& Michael Griffiths 
Pinner Hill Golf Club
12
Byers & Mackie Halved Kumar Starkie-Gupta 
Stanmore Golf Club
& Matthew Lockwood 
Sudbury Golf Club
13
Shipton & Haley Won 4 & 2 Tom Nagle 
Pinner Hill Golf Club
& Gyu Ho Lee 
Mill Hill Golf Club
14
Austin-Booth & Sutton Won 2 & 1 George Wallis 
Enfield Golf Club
& Max Wheeler 
Enfield Golf Club
15
Carnell & Cockayne Won 2 Holes R E T WILLIAMS 
Ealing Golf Club
& James Ruddick 
Fulwell Golf Club
Foursomes Total
Thursday Total 7 8
In the Triangular match at West Essex Golf Club, against Essex and Kent, the Middlesex U18 team performed exceptionally well, beating Kent, the 2013 winners but losing to a strong Essex team. The team consisted 5 foursomes pairs and 10 singles. There was 2 points for a win and 1 for a half. In the morning foursome against Kent, after losing the first match, Kumar and Matthew Lockwood gained a valuable half, before winning 2 of the last 3 foursomes, to be level with Kent at lunchtime. In the afternoon singles, against Essex, Kumar Gupta Starkie, got the team off to a great start winning the first match 3&1, but the match result was in the balance until the last two matches out on the course, with James Ruddick winning comfortably 4&2 and Ed Williams capping a great day by winning 2&1, giving him 4 wins out of 4. These vital wins enabled the Middlesex team to leapfrog Kent, beating them 8 matches to 7 and moving into 2nd place on the day The Triangular result was ESSEX 38 points MIDDLESEX 27 points KENT 25 points


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