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|Purpose and aim||
The Under 13/14’s is the first step into representing the county.
Through trials at Hever, the best talent is chosen to attend winter training sessions with the intent of finding the strongest team.
Handicaps tend to be under 16 at the start of the season with most of the team single figures by the end of the season.
The boys get their first taste of county competition which hopefully gives them the drive for the future.
|Training and coaching||
Once selected for the squad, there are 3 to 4 winter training sessions around the county taking in parkland and links venues to give players the ability to create and practice different shots in varying conditions. Various specialists join the sessions to give advice on different skills and mindsets.
Peter gives advice and match tips that build the boys future in the game.
Scott is a member of Kings Hill and has a handicap index of 3. Scott successfully represented Kent in 2021 in the U14 team and is delighted to be their captain for 2022. Scott has played numerous junior competitions at both county and national level, and most recently won the Statham Trophy at Royal St. George's.
|Matches and competitions||
Six counties compete in two divisions to teach the county final.
Kent play three triangular matches at three different venues, one at home, against Essex and Hertfordshire. Winners play either Sussex Surrey or Middlesex.
If you know anyone under 14 with a handicap of 20 or below or the potential to play at the required level, contact Dean Swift on email@example.com