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The Senior Women’s Home Internationals begin tomorrow at Burnham & Berrow, Somerset.
England have dominated the Senior Women’s Home Internationals since it began in 2003, winning the Sue Johnson Trophy 10 times. Most recently the team had three consecutive wins from 2014, but that run of success was ended last year by Ireland.

The round robin competition against Scotland, Ireland and Wales, takes place from Tuesday to Thursday.

The players, captained by Debbie Richards (Burhill, Surrey), are:

Julie Brown (Trentham, Staffordshire) is a past winner of the British and English senior amateur titles.

Jackie Foster (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) was tied fourth in the British seniors and won back-to-back English titles in 2016 and 2017.

Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe, Sussex) is the English senior women’s amateur champion and has been runner up for three national titles.

Karen Jobling (Richmond, Yorkshire) returns to the side having been third in the English senior stroke play championship and 10th in the British.

Helen Lowe (Scraptoft, Leicestershire) won the English senior stroke play title this year and also tied fourth in the British seniors.

Cath Rawthore (Sale, Cheshire) was runner-up in the British seniors, which she won in 2014. She has also won both English senior titles.

Sue Spencer, (Whittington Heath, Staffordshire) reached the semi-finals of the senior amateur and took fourth place in the senior stroke play.

Good luck to Aileen and the rest of the England team – follow their progress on the R&A website.

Senior Womens Open Stroke Play
Aileen Greenfield

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