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England success for Amber

PUBLISHED: 09:49 04 September 2009 | UPDATED: 09:55 13 July 2010

Royal Cromer teenager Amber Ratcliffe helped England to a comprehensive 11½-6½ win over Wales in the annual schools international.

The match was played at Fulford Heath, Worcestershire, and Ratcliffe was determined to add her point to the scoreline.

Royal Cromer teenager Amber Ratcliffe helped England to a comprehensive 11½-6½ win over Wales in the annual schools international.

The match was played at Fulford Heath, Worcestershire, and Ratcliffe was determined to add her point to the scoreline.

She and her partner lost their morning foursomes but Ratcliffe bounced back in the afternoon with a 3/2 singles win.

This the latest achievement in a spectacular year for Ratcliffe, who is the English schools' U16 champion and a Norfolk first team player. She was also runner-up in the Norfolk ladies' championship.


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