FOUR Yorkshire gamers have been tied 10th after the primary spherical of the English women’s amateur championship at Lindrick on Tuesday.
An extra 5 are inside the highest 40 going into the second spherical and within reach of creating the reduce to seem in Thursday’s last day when 36 holes might be performed.
Selby’s Megan Garland and Ellie Goodall, Woodsome Hall’s Rochelle Morris and Garforth’s Laura Morrison all carded four-over-par 76 and path by six with Stoke by Nayland’s Lily May Humphreys out on her personal after a 70.
Rotherham’s Olivia Winning and Lightcliffe’s Hannah Holden are inside the highest 20 on 5 over, a shot forward of Morris’s club-mate Melissa Wood.
Hessle’s Jess Smee and Mia Eales-Smith, from the host membership, are in a tie for 36th place on 79.
Four Yorkshire gamers are inside two photographs of the highest 40 cut-off level: Huddersfield’s Charlotte Heath (80), plus Smee’s sister Abigail, Woodsome’s Nicola Slater and Hallamshire’s Holly Morgan (81).
Humphreys is a stroke forward of Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe) and Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest), who – like Curtis Cup participant Morris – are simply again from Portugal the place they helped England retain their European staff championship title at the weekend.
Humphreys – who was additionally in motion in Europe, serving to the women’ staff to win a bronze medal – was on prime type as she powered to the flip in three beneath par.
The again 9, performed in a strengthening wind, was trickier. But when Humphreys discovered hassle she recovered properly with some good up and downs – and when she misplaced a ball on the 16th she made a birdie together with her provisional for a ‘good bogey’.
Other Yorkshire scores: Olivia Jay (Waterton Park) 82; Jasmine Rees (Hickleton) 85; Toni-Louise Naylor (Waterton Park) 88; Debbie Henery (Hickleton) 93).