The investigation into a 12-hour shooting spree across the Canadian area of Nova Scotia continues today. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman dressed up as a cop with a fake police car and started his rampage Saturday night. By the time Wortman was shot and killed by police, at least 17 people were dead, including an officer, in what’s now Canada’s deadliest mass shooting. Police don’t know Wortman’s motive but investigators say it seems clear this wasn’t just a random act.
The U.S. Coast Guard announced on Saturday, May 16, 2020 that it suspended the search for mdissing Vero Beach High School senior who got lost at sea.18-year-old Lenton Ward went missing after swimming near Jensen Beach on Wednesday.Family members said Lenton “Ty” Ward was at Dollman Park Beachside with friends Wednesday, celebrating their upcoming graduation from Vero Beach High School. He was a football and lacrosse player for the school.According to an incident report, Ward was last seen about 150 yards offshore. Deputies said the surf conditions were “extreme” when he vanished.U.S. Coast Guard crews searched for Lenton Ward a total of 58 hours, covering 907 square miles, an area roughly the size of Rhode Island.The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office conducted an aerial search, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Martin County Sheriff’s Office and U.S Border Patrol also searched for Ward.Family members also searched along the beach Thursday night for any sign of Ward.CWO Clint Smith, SAR Controller for Sector Miami said, “The decision to suspend active searching in any case is never one we come to lightly. We offer our deepest sympathies to the family of Mr. Ward in this difficult time.
28 May 2012 England’s Emily Taylor wins Irish championship England girl international Emily Taylor won the Irish women’s open stroke play championship by three shots in testing winds at The Island, near Dublin. The 17-year-old from Royal Lytham and St Annes (image © Leaderboard Photography) defied winds gusting up to 35mph on the first day to post the low score of the tournament with a two-under 72 in the second round. Her score, combined with her opening 85, put her within one shot of the lead held by Ireland’s Gillian O’Leary. In the third and final round Emily moved ahead to secure the win, shooting 76 in blustery conditions, with birdies on eight, ten, and 15 before she holed from 12ft on the last. The field included Irish Curtis Cup player Leona Maguire, who was unable to break 80 throughout the tournament and finished in a share of 10th place with scores of 82 83 80. Her twin, Lisa, a Curtis Cup reserve, was fourth. Already this season Emily has finished fifth in the English women’s amateur championship and helped England win the Vilmorin Cup at the French Lady Junior Championship. She is a past winner of the Scottish U16 open stroke play title. Leading final scores Par 222 (3 x 74) CSS 80 79 77 233 Emily Taylor (ENG) 85 72 76 236 Mary Dowling (New Ross) 81 79 76 Gillian O’Leary (Cork) 79 77 80 238 Lisa Maguire (Slieve Russell) 81 79 78 239 Deirdre Smith (Co. Louth) 83 75 81
4 Sep 2012 Victory for England at women’s Home Internationals England successfully defended their title in the women’s Home Internationals at Cork, Ireland – winning by the narrowest of margins over Wales. The two teams met today in the title decider and, in a very close encounter, the match was halved. But England emerged as champions on countback, having won more individual games during the three-day tournament. England had earlier beaten Ireland 9-0 and Scotland 5-4, while Wales defeated both those teams by a scoreline of 6-3. Team captain Chris Pascall commented: “We knew it was going to be a very tough day and the match was very close, but we got the half and that was a good result. We’ve won the week and that’s all you can ask.” Today’s match was intensely tight, with both the foursomes and singles exactly shared. As the afternoon’s play unfolded Wales seemed to have the edge, with only two England players ahead at the halfway stage. But England toughed it out and secured the necessary half. Curtis Cup star Holly Clyburn, who was three up at the turn, powered on to win her game 6/4. British girls’ champion Georgia Hall – ranked third in the world – took the lead in her match for the first time on the 15th. She also quickly won the 16th to go two up and halved the 17th for her point. Norfolk’s Amber Ratcliffe completed a successful team debut by securing the half with her 3/2 win. The 16-year-old was never behind in her game, although she was pulled back to all square after 12. She responded by winning the next three holes, before halving the 16th. The team, captained by Chris Pacall, was: Holly Clyburn (Woodhall Spa), Gabriella Cowley (West Essex), Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak), Bronte Law (Bramhall), Alex Peters (Notts’ Ladies), Amber Ratcliffe (Royal Cromer), Emily Taylor (Hillside), Kelly Tidy (Royal Birkdale). Results England 4½ Wales 4½ Foursomes Georgia Hall and Emily Taylor beat Amy Boulden and Becky Harries 4/2 Holly Clyburn and Bronte Law halved with Chloe Williams and Katie Bradbury Alex Peters and Kelly Tidy lost to Gemma Bradbury and Jess Evans 2/1 Singles Tidy lost to Boulden 3/1 Hall beat Williams 2/1 Taylor lost to Katie Bradbury 1 down Clyburn beat Gemma Bradbury 6/4 Amber Ratcliffe beat Evans 3/2, Law lost to Harries 4/3 In the day’s other match Ireland beat Scotland 5-4 How they finished: 1st England 2½ pt (games won 18½) 2nd Wales 2½ pt (games won 16½) England retained the title on the tie-breaking, individual games won rule. 3rd Ireland 1pt 4th Scotland 0pt England snatch last gasp victory over Scotland 05 September 2012 England snatched a last gasp victory over Scotland today in the women’s Home Internationals at Cork, Ireland. Now they go head to head with Wales tomorrow in the title decider. Norfolk’s Amber Ratcliffe and Curtis Cup player Bronte Law both fought back in the final two singles to secure the precious 1½ points required for the team’s 5-4 win. Captain Chris Pascall said afterwards: “It was nerve wracking, but a very good result in the end. We had to dig deep.” The score means England, the defending champions, have won both their matches so far. So too have Wales, who today beat Ireland 6-3. England, who enjoyed a 9-0 clean sweep in their opening match against Ireland, conceded their first game points of the tournament in this morning’s foursomes. English champion Kelly Tidy and English strokeplay champion Alex Peters romped to a 7/5 win in their game, conceding just one hole in the match. But the Scots beat the pairing of Holly Clyburn and Bronte Law and held Georgia Hall and Emily Taylor to a draw. As the singles unfolded, scoring remained extremely tight. With the first four games decided, England had won two, courtesy of Kelly Tidy and Emily Taylor, while Scotland also took two. Then, as the final two matches moved into the closing stages the Scots appeared to have the upper hand. Amber Ratcliffe, making her debut for England at this level, was see-sawing: one down after losing 15 to a birdie, all square after 16, one down after losing 17 to another birdie. Then, from a difficult lie in thick rough by the 18th green she got up and down for par to win the hole and halve her game. The outcome of the match then depended on Bronte Law – and the Curtis Cup player delivered the victory. She was never in front in her match until she won the 17th to edge one up with one to play – and she went on to also win the 18th for a 2up victory. Results England 5, Scotland 4 Foursomes Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak) and Emily Taylor (Hillside) halved with Kelsey MacDonald and Rachael Watton Kelly Tidy (Royal Birkdale) and Alex Peters (Notts’ Ladies) bt Laura Murray and Alyson McKechin 7/5 Holly Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) and Bronte Law (Bramhall) lost to Eilidh Briggs and Jane Turner 3/2 Singles Hall lost to MacDonald 1 hole Tidy bt Briggs 3/1 Clyburn lost to Watton 6/5 Taylor bt Rachel Walker 7/5 Amber Ratcliffe (Royal Cromer) halved with Lauren Whyte Law bt Turner 2 holes Final matches tomorrow: 08.30 and 13.10 Scotland v Ireland 09.00 and 14.10 England v Wales How they stand: England 2pt, Wales 2pt, Scotland 0pt, Ireland 0pt. England beat Ireland 9-0 at Home Internationals 04 September 2012 England made a flawless start to their defence of the women’s Home Internationals with a 9-0 victory over the hosts, Ireland, on the first day of the championship at Cork. “It was a great result,” said captain Chris Pascall, whose team includes world number four, Georgia Hall, and three members of the winning Curtis Cup side, Holly Clyburn, Bronte Law and Kelly Tidy. But, she was quick to point out that despite the scoreline, the players had to work for their wins. Their strength was on the undulating greens, which are drying out after three days of sunshine and becoming very quick. “The putting was good today,” said Chris. The players set the tone of the day with their clean sweep of the three morning foursomes. Kelly Tidy and Alex Peters lost the first hole but were four up at the turn; Georgia Hall and Emily Taylor, birdied the 16th and won the 17th for their point, while Holly Clyburn and Bronte Law chipped in twice as they made their way to the turn five up. As the singles got underway, English champion Kelly Tidy demonstrated devastating form with an 8/7 victory which she sealed with an eagle three on the 11th. She was steadily followed by her team-mates. Georgia Hall, the British girls’ champion, and Emily Taylor, the English girls’ titleholder, were never behind in their games; Amber Ratcliffe and Holly Clyburn both trailed by one hole during the front nine, but both played the back nine strongly to secure their points. Meanwhile, Alex Peters staged an impressive fightback to keep the clean sheet. The English stroke play champion was four down after 10 holes, but won the next six in a row, before halving the 17th for a 2/1 win. “It was a fantastic comeback,” said Chris. In the day’s other match Wales beat Scotland 6-3. Tomorrow England play Scotland, while Ireland play Wales. England results Foursomes Kelly Tidy (Royal Birkdale) & Alex Peters (Notts Ladies’) beat Gillian O’Leary & Sarah Cunningham 4&3 Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak) & Emily Taylor (Hillside) beat Mary Dowling & Jessica Carty 3&1 Holly Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) & Bronte Law (Bramhall) beat Deirdre Smith & Chloe Ryan 4&3 Singles Tidy beat Maria Dunne 8&7 Hall beat Carty 3&2 Amber Ratcliffe (Royal Cromer) beat Lucy Simpson 3&1 Clyburn beat O’Leary 3&2 Peters beat Smith 2&1 Taylor beat Cunningham 4&3 Image © Cal Carson Golf Agency Full details: www.lgu.org
29 Jul 2014 Vote now for the Fuller’s London Pride Steward of the Year Does your golf club steward go that extra mile for customers at their bar? Then vote now for the Fuller’s London Pride Steward of the Year.Fuller’s and England Golf are looking for someone who offers the warmest welcome, the best service and a great knowledge of their products, as well as that ‘extra something’ which makes them stand out from the crowd.Whoever wins the London Pride Steward of the Year will receive a weekend break in London, complete with accommodation for two nights in a Fuller’s Central London Hotel. They will also win advertising space in the local press to promote their golf club.Everyone who nominates a candidate will go into a prize draw to win a case of London Pride and an England Golf polo shirt.The 2013 winners were Simon and Karen Ward of Wilmslow Golf Club in Cheshire (Image © Gill Shaw) – the first couple to be crowned Fuller’s London Pride Golf Stewards of the Year.When the result was announced Simon commented: “This is such an honour and we can’t thank our members enough for their support. This has come from our members – and if they’re happy, we’re happy!”
12 Aug 2015 Shropshire’s Williams is England’s champion golf captain Shropshire’s Malcolm Williams is England’s champion golf captain – claiming the title a year after he almost gave up the game.“I was thinking about giving up because I was so bad,” remembered Williams (image © Leaderboard Photography), who was the 2007 captain at Worfield Golf Club.The turning point came at the 2014 final of the England Golf Captains’ tournament when his caddy made a couple of suggestions which, he said, “made a tremendous difference to my game.”He confirmed it today in the 2015 final at Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire, when he added 40 points to his opening 35 and won the championship by a point.“This means an awful lot, especially when there are so many captains taking part from all over the country,” said Williams.“I wasn’t expecting it all. Yesterday 35 points wasn’t really anywhere, but 40 points today made a big difference,” added the 16-handicapper.“I was just very steady, nothing dramatic, but it all seemed to come together.”The runner-up on 74 points was Martin Wainman from Wychwood Park, Cheshire; while third place was taken by Alan Brack of Crook, Durham, who had 73 points.The final was played as part of the new Golf Week, a five-day festival run by England Golf to celebrate team and handicap players.Click here for full scores.
26 Sep 2019 UPDATE: Weather warning forces change to Men’s County Finals format The format for this year’s Men’s County Finals has been revised with heavy rain due to batter the Yorkshire venue on Sunday.Kent, Nottinghamshire, Northumberland and Somerset are at Huddersfield GC ready to fight it out for the right to be hailed as county champions.However, with rain forecast to sweep in on Saturday night and linger into Sunday morning, the Championship team has taken the sensible decision to pre-empt a problem with waterlogging.Instead of a round-robin format featuring foursomes and singles matches across Friday, Saturday and Sunday the championship will now be played to a conclusion over just two days.All four counties will still play each of their rivals, but the matches will now consist solely of seven singles games.Each county will play one match on Friday and follow this up with matches two and three on Saturday morning and Saturday afternoon.Archive photograph credit: LeaderboardKeep track of the live scores here. Tags: Men’s County Finals
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