Rebecca Kay
Rebecca Kay

Golf Queensland has announced the 2015 Queensland Junior Interstate Boys’ and Girls’ Teams to compete in South Australia in April.

Queensland Head Coach, Tony Meyer said the selected players have displayed solid form over the past year and thoroughly deserve their places on the teams.

“Being selected in the Queensland teams is recognition for their outstanding performances and I know both teams will be very competitive this year,” Meyer said.

“The teams are very fortunate to have fantastic coaches in Virginia Irwin and Grant Field, who have both travelled with national teams in recent months and will provide great support for the players.”

“The Interstate Series is an important event in the development of junior players and the team members are looking forward to representing their home State in April.”

In 2014, the Queensland Girls’ Team was victorious for the fourth consecutive year, while the Boys’ Team finished in third place.

Two male and female development players have also been selected to travel with their respective Junior State Teams to compete in the Australian Junior Amateur Championship.

 

Boys’ State Team: 
Steven Cox (Northlakes)

Louis Dobbelaar (Royal Queensland)

Lawry Flynn (Brisbane)

Douglas Klein (Redcliffe)

Chris Park (Lakelands)

Charles Pilon (Hills)
Boys’ Development Players: 
Lochlan Coleborn (Mount Coolum)

Bailey Knoll (Sanctuary Cove)
Boys’ Coach: Grant Field
Boys’ Team Manager: Shane Stevenson

Girls’ State Team:

Robyn Choi (RACV Royal Pines)

Karis Davidson (Sanctuary Cove)

Kirsty Hodgkins (Redcliffe)

Rebecca Kay (Coolangatta-Tweed)

Kate Law (Maryborough)

Stacey White (Pacific)

Girls’ Development Players:

Lisa Edgar (Surfers Paradise)

Darcy Habgood (Toowoomba)
Girls’ Coach: Virginia Irwin
Girls’ Team Manager: Jessica Jenkins

 

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