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England beat Denmark at European ladies' team championship
8th July 2011

Teenager Hayley Davis held her nerve to win on the 19th and give England a 3-2 victory over Denmark at the European ladies' team championship at Murhof, Austria.

Hayley, 18, (Ferndown) was playing in the last match on the course and after 16 holes she was ne down. But she calmly halved the 17th before winning both the 18th and 19th to claim the vital point.
Earlier Charley Hull (Woburn) and Charlotte Ellis (Minchinhampton) both won their singles to set up the team's victory.

Charley, 15, withstood a fightback from her opponent, who came back from four down to be all square after 17 holes. However the English player was undeterred and won the last with a par.

Charlotte is enjoying a great run of form and played excellent golf to beat her opponent 3/2. In the day's other games, Kelly Tidy (Royal Birkdale) and Lucy Williams (Mid-Herts) lost the foursomes 4/3 while Holly Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) was beaten in the singles 3/2.

England are out of the running for a medal in this championship and aiming to finish as high as possible. Tomorrow they play France in a battle for fifth place. Team captain Lynn Booth said: "We played France last year for fifth place and the French won - so that's a nice little spur for us."



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