JGA announces team for Caribbean Championships

The Jamaica Golf Association has announced a young 12-member team to represent the nation at the 65th Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships in the Turks & Caicos Islands from August 1 to 6.

The team, which comprises seven men and five women inclusive of two reserve players, was named after a 4-day national senior trials at the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course and Half Moon Golf Course.

Eleven of the players are below thirty with the youngest being fifteen, while the oldest is fifty-two.

The male players are Justin Burrowes, Sebert Walker Jr, Ryan Lue, William Knibbs, Rocco Lopez and Owen Samuda. Aman Dhiman is the reserve player. 

Debutant Lue is the youngest on the men's team at 15-years, while many time representative Samuda is 52.

The female players are Emily Mayne, Mattea Issa, Cameron March and Winni Lau, while Eryn Blakely was named as the reserve player. 

Issa at 15 years is the youngest female player on the team but has experience under her belt as this is her second time on the senior team. 



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