They are Sammy Fuller of Surrey (Image © Leaderboard
Photography), Sammie Giles of Cornwall, Sophie Keech of Dorset,
Sophie Lamb of Lancashire and Inci Mehmet of Surrey.
They will join established internationals Gemma Clews of
Cheshire, Hollie Muse of Lancashire and Bethan Popel of
Gloucestershire, who all played a part in last year's nail-biting
The reserves are Eloise Healey (West Lancashire) and Lianna
Bailey (Kirby Muxloe).
Gemma Clews, 20, (Delamere Forest) has a perfect record of five
wins from five international matches played this year and has had
top ten finishes in the English women's amateur and the Scottish
and Irish stroke play championships. She tied 20th in the European
Amateur and represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy.
Sammy Fuller, 16, (Roehampton Club) has won seven out of her
eight matches for England in the European team championship and the
Girls' Home Internationals, where she helped the team secure their
eighth consecutive win. She tied for the Irish U18 stroke play, but
lost a title play-off, and was tied 12th in the British stroke
Sammie Giles, 20, (St Mellion) has recently won the English
women's stroke play championship, adding it to her win in last
year's English mid-amateur. She was sixth in the English women's
Sophie Keech, 19, (Parkstone) is currently second in the England
Golf women's order of merit, having won the English women's match
play championship this season and tied for the Astor Salver. She
was the 2013 English girls' champion and was an England girl
Sophie Lamb, 17, (Clitheroe) was runner-up in the recent ANNIKA
Invitational Europe 2015 in Sweden where she scored the low round
of the tournament, six-under 67. She tied eighth in the British
stroke play and was fifth in both the English girls' and English
women's championships and was fourth in the Irish open
Inci Mehmet, 18, (Royal Mid-Surrey) helped England win the team
trophy at the British stroke play, where she tied 16th and has had
had top ten finishes in the English, Irish and Scottish women's
stroke play championships. She shared 17th place in the European
amateur. She was an England girl international.
Hollie Muse, 15, (West Lancashire) has just helped England win
the Girls' Home Internationals for the eighth time, where she
scored six wins from six matches. This season she has won the
Scottish U16 championship and The Leveret and was third in the St
Rule Trophy, sixth in the European Young Masters and seventh in the
German girls' championship.
Bethan Popel, 20, (Long Ashton), was runner-up in the St Rule
Trophy, tied sixth in the British stroke play and tied third in the
Welsh stroke play. She also helped England to beat Spain in this
year's mixed international, where she had a hole in one.