Northenden member and superstar David Nelson has been selected to represent England.
The following extract from the Cheshire Union article explains all. Congratulations Dave!
Leading seniors have been selected for the England teams for two forthcoming international championships.
The team for the European senior men’s team championship is: Stephen East of Yorkshire, Richard Latham of Lincolnshire, David Nelson of Cheshire, David Niven of Berkshire, Alan Mew of Hampshire, Ian Crowther of Lancashire and the reserve, Mark Stones of Essex.
The championship will take place at Diners Golf and Country Club, Slovenia, from 30 August to 3 September.
The same team, with the addition of Mark Stones, will contest the Senior Men’s Home Internationals at Machynys Peninsula, Wales, from 20-22 September.
Stephen East (Moortown) won the Scottish senior championship this season having previously won Spanish, English and Portuguese senior titles. He also topped the England Golf senior order of merit in his debut year in 2014.
Richard Latham (Woodhall Spa) won the English senior championship for the second time this year and is a past winner of the Scottish title. He won the England Golf senior order of merit in 2013.
David Nelson (Northenden) pictured, was third in the English senior championship, runner-up in the Northern senior qualifying tournament and was 14th in the Senior Amateur Championship.
David Niven (Newbury & Crookham) was runner-up in the English senior championship and in the South East Group’s Alan Hobson Trophy. Last year he tied fourth in the Senior Amateur Championship and helped Berks, Bucks & Oxon (BB&O) win the Senior County Championship.
Alan Mew (Stoneham) was third in the Welsh senior championship, sixth in the Scottish, 12th in the Irish and 19th in the English. He was 16th in the Senior Amateur Championship.
Ian Crowther (Royal Lytham & St Annes) tied eighth in the Senior Amateur Championship and 11th in the Northern senior qualifying tournament
Mark Stones (Boyce Hill) has had top ten finishes in the English, Irish and Scottish senior championships and was 14th in Wales.
The England senior order of merit is used to select the teams with the top four players qualifying automatically for the European team and the top five for the Home Internationals. Two further players are selected for each team.