Enfield golfer Harry Casey helped England beat France 13-11 at the weekend

England beat France to claim their 28th win from 33 tussles.

England beat France to claim their 28th win from 33 tussles.

First published in Sport

Enfield golfer Harry Casey was part of the England team which beat France in the biennial international between the two nations at the weekend.

Casey, 20, helped England overcame France 13-11 in Fontainebleau to record England's 28th win against the French in 33 meetings between the two nations.

England led 6.5 to 5.5 at the end of play on Saturday, recovering from a slow start in the foursomes to impress in the singles.

Casey and partner Nick Marsh were beaten in their foursome by Léonard Bem asnd Thomas Le Berre.

France levelled things up at 8-8 at the end of the Sunday foursomes, with Casey and Jimmy Mullen beaten by Antoine Kuoch and Augustin Hole by three and one.

It was in the final session where England secured the win as they triumphed 5-3 in the singles, Casey sharing a point with Le Berre.

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