England Boys

Peterborough Milton’s Robin Williams has retained his place in the England Boys squad for 2019 after enjoying another successful season.
The 17-year-old, who played for Europe in the Junior Ryder Cup, sank the winning putt for Great Britain & Ireland in the Jacques Leglise Trophy and was in England’s successful Boys Home Internationals team, is one of 12 players in the set up.
Williams is joined by Boys Amateur Champion and Ryder Cup team-mate Conor Gough (BB&O), Hertfordshire duo Max Hopkins and Ben Pierleoni, Surrey’s Enrique Dimayuga, Yorkshire’s Barclay Brown and Nottinghamshire’s Matthew Freeman.
Joe Pagdin, who is based in Florida, is also in the squad alongside newcomers Ben Schmidt (Yorkshire), Josh Hill (Dubai), Habebul Islam (Suffolk) and George Leigh (Cornwall).