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Golf: Welsh are still in contention.

WALES trail Ireland by six matches to five with one halved after the first day of their annual boys' international at Cardigan, writes Chris Smart.

They lost the foursomes 3-1, but kept themselves in contention by winning four and halving one of the eight singles.

Ben Enoch was particularly impressive as he overwhelmed Gareth Boyd 6&5.

Other singles winners were Rhodri Hartson, Alistair Jones and Nick Lofthouse.

Meanwhile, Sahra Hassan, after the disappointment of being left out of the Curtis Cup team for this summer's match against the Americans. hopes to collect her first piece of silverware of the year today at the Glamorganshire Club in Penarth.

But Hassan cannot afford any slip-ups as there is a strong semi-final line-up in the Glamorgan women's championship.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 28, 2008
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