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Ratcliffe, Miss Elaine
D.O.B. November 1972.
Turned professional 1998.
Cheshire junior champion 1989, 1990. Northern Girls' champion 1991. British Universities champion 1992,1994. Cheshire champion 1995. Runner-up English championship 1995. Runner-up British Stroke Play championship 1995,1996,1997. Third European Amateur Stroke Play championship 1995 (broke record with third round 68). Leading qualifier English championship 1996. Runner-up English Stroke Play championship 1996. Semi-finalist British championship 1996. Finnish champion 1997. Runner-up Doherty championship 1998. English champion 1998. European Team championship 1995,1997. England International 1995,1996,1997. World Team championships 1996. Curtis Cup 1996,1998. Vagliano Trophy 1997. [LGA Students' Silver Tee Award 1995 (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Ravenscroft, Miss Gladys (see Mrs Dobell)

Rawlings, Miss Mandy
D.O.B. 15 june 1964
Club: Bargoed
Welsh Girls' champion 1978, 1980. De Beers champion 1980. Welsh champion 1980, '1 9il1. Runner-up Welsh Stroke-play championship 19i15. junior European team championships 1979- 1985. Vagliano trophy match 19i1l. European Team championships 1985. Unbeaten in Home International series in 1986. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Reece, Mrs Peggy Jane (nee Millington)
D.O.B. 11 May 1921
Club _ Henbury
Ten times Gloucestershire champion between 1952 and 1979. South Western champion five times. Finalist English championship 1961. Finalist Gloucestershire championship 1987. Captain of England in Horne Internationals 1966. England selector 1977. President ELGA 1996. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Reid, Mrs (Miss Audrey Kyle)
b St Andrews 2 Jan 1902
Club: St Rule
Runner-up Scottish Ladies Championship 1922, semi-finalsit 1924. Won Hampshire Ladies Championship 1926, LGU Open Meeting, St Andrews 1921 Represented Scotalnd in International Matches 1923,24,25 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Reid, Miss Dale
D.O.B. 20 March 1959
Turned professional 1979.
Fife Girls: champion 1973, 1975. Finalist Scottish Girls' championship 1974. Scottish under 21 1978. Tied second in British Open 1984. Solheim Cup 1990, 1992, 1994, 1996. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Rieben, Miss
b Morben, Montgomeryshire 1889
Club Aberdovey
Won Welsh Championship 1929 Runner-up 1921 28 and 30. Represented Walses in International Matches 1928,29,30,31,32. (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Rennie, Mrs Joan (nee Hastings)
D.O.B. 29 May 1941
Club: Aberdeen Ladies
Ayrshire champion six times between 1960 and 1967. Scottish Champion 1967. Finalist Scottish championship 1968. Aberdeenshire champion 1980. Vagliano Trophy 1961, 1967. Curtis Cup 1966 European team championship 1973. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Reybroek, Mile Corinne
Club: Royal Club de Hainaut
Belgian Girls' champion six years in a row from 1965. Belgian Close champion 1966. 1967. Belgian Open Amateur champion 1961, 1969. Finalist British Girls' championship 1968. 1969. Astor Prince's Salver 1969. Avid Watches Foursomes (with Mrs L Bayman) 1969, 1971. Moroccan champion 1970. Luxembourg champion 1970. ltalian champion 1971. European team championships 1966, 1968. 1970. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Rhodes, Miss Lesley Jane
D.O.B. 6 February 1963
Club: West Bowling
Abraham Trophy 1977 . Yorkshire champion 1979. Semi-finalist British Girls' championship 1980. Semi-finalist English Girls championship 19i1l English Intermediate champion 19H2 Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play championship 1982. Junior European team championships 1982. Captain England Junior Home International side 1986, 1987.

Richards, Miss Denise
Glamorgan team 1986-1996. Welsh International 1994-1996.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Richmond, Dr Maureen (nee Walker)
D.O.B. 22 April 1955
Club: Kilmalcolm
Scottish Girls' champion 1970, 1971, 1973. British Girls' champion 1972. European Team championships 1973, 1975. British Under 25 touring side to Canada 1973. Curtis Cup '1974. Vagliano Trophy 1971. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Riddiford, Mrs Prue (nee Hayward)
D.O.B. 6 May 1924
Club: Royal Ashdown Forest
Sussex champion ten times between 19.';3 and 1974. Critchley salver 1970. Finalist Wills tournament 1973. Hampshire Rose 1974. Veteran champion (South) 1975. British Senior champion 1982, 1986. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Roberts, Mrs Elisabeth Catherine (nee Barnett)
D.O.B. 22 july 1942
Clubs:Royal jersey and Royal County Down
Runner-up Ulster championship 1963. Leitrim cup 1963. Ulster champion 1967. Channel Islands champion 1978, 1980, 1984. Irish International 1961-1966. Curtis Cup trialist and second reserve 1962. World Team championships 1964. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Roberts, Miss Margaret Patricia M.B.E
D.O.B. 20 April 1921
Club: (Life) Newport
South Western champion 1950, 1951. Finalist Welsh championship 1955, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1969. Welsh champion 1956, 1959, 1963, 1969. Welsh International 1950-1970. European team championships 1963, 1965, 1967, 1969. World Team championships 1964. Welsh Captain 1965, 1966, 1967. Vice-captain Commonwealth tournament 1967. Vice-captain Curtis Cup 1968. Chairman Welsh Ladies Golf Union 1969, 1970. Hon Secretary WLGU 19711992. President WLGU 1993-1998. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Roberts, Miss Sharon Lorraine
D.O.B. 8 June 1964
Turned professional 1991.
Caernarvonshire and Anglesey champion '1983, 1987, 1989, 1990. Welsh champion 1984, 1988, 1990. Finalist Welsh championship 1987. Caernarvonshire and District Stroke-play champion 1987. Midland champion 1987, 19811. Semi-finalist Welsh championship 1989. Welsh International 1983-1990. European Team championships 1987, 1989.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Robertson, Mrs Isabella M,B,E, (nee McCorkindale)
D.O.B. 11 April 1936
Club: Dunaverty
West of Scotland champion 1957-1959, 1964, 1966, 1969,1985. Dunbartonshire champion 1958-1963, 196.1, 1966, 1968,1969, 1978. Finalist 8ritish championship 1959, 1965, 1970. Sunningdale Foursomes (with M Moir) 1960. Scottish champion 1965, 1966, 1971, 1972, 1978, 1980. New Zealand champion 1971. British Stroke Play champion '1971, 1972, 198.1. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Mrs 0 Bailey) 1972; (with Mrs W Wooldridge) 1981: (with Miss M McKenna) 1984, 1986. Helen Holm Trophy 1973, 1979, 1986. Roehampton Gold Cup 1979, 1981, 1982. British champion 1981. Runner .. up and low amateur ~ British Open championship 1981. Leading qualifier US Amateur 1982. Runner-up US Seniors 1991. Babe Zaharias 1995. Vagliano Trophy matches 1959,1963,1965,1969,1971,1974,1976, 981,1983. Curtis Cup 1960,1966,1968,1970,1972,1982, '986. Captain Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup side 1974, 976. World team championships 1964, 1966, 1968, 1972, 1980, 1982. European team championships 1971, 1973, 1981, 1983, 1985. Commonwealth tournament 1971 and British captain 1976. Daks Woman Golfer of the Year 1971, 1981. Avia Watches Golfer of the Year 1985.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Robinson, Mrs Claire Alison (nee Nesbitt)
D.O.B. 7 March 1953
Club: Knock, Ireland
Woodbrook Cup 1975, 1979. Irish champion 1976, 1980. Ulster champion 1976, 1978. Finalist Irish championship 1979. European team championships '1975, 1977, '1979. Vagliano Trophy 1979. Curtis Cup 1980. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Robinson, Miss Sara Jayne
D.O.B. 14 June 1968.
Turned professional 1990
Cheshire Girls ' champion 1985, 1986. Runner-up Cheshire championship 1986. Runner-up Royal Birkdale Scratch salver 1986. Semi-finalist English Girls' championship 1986. Northern Foursomes (with Miss J Morley) 1986, 1987; (with K Ferguson) 1989. Cheshire champion and Cheshire Girls' champion 1987. Runner-up Pleasington Putter 1988. Helen Holm Trophy 1989. English Stroke-play champion 1989. English International 1989. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Rogers, Miss Aideen
D.O.B. 23 March 1973
Turned Professional 1994
Connaught Girls' championship 1989, 1991. Irish Girls' champion 1989, 1991. Munster Girls' champion 1990. Second Under 23 British Stroke-play 1(9). Runner-up Irish championship 1993. Runner-up Irish Stroke Play 1993. Irish Girl International 1989. European junior team championships 1992, 1993. Irish junior Golfer of the Year 1989. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Rose, Miss Alison D,O,B, 18 june 1968
Club: Stirling
East of Scotland champion 1988, 1990, 1992, Stirlingshire champion 1990, 1991, 1992, St Rule trophy 1991, Leading qualifier British championship 1991, Welsh Open Stroke Play champion 1994, Runner-up Scottish championship 1996, British champion 1997, Scottish champion 1997, European junior Team championships '1988, Scottish International 1990-1997, European Team championships 1991, 1993, 1995,1997, Commonwealth tournament 1995, Vagliano Trophy 1995,1997, Curtis Cup 1996 (four points out of four) and 1998, Laing Order of Merit 1994, AT Mays Order of Merit 1996, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Rostron, Miss Kim
D,O,B, 12 February 1974,
Club Clitheroe
Lancashire Girls' champion 1990,1992, Northern Foursomes 1992,1993,1994,1995, Lancashire champion 1993, Runner-up Formby Leveret 1994, Winner Formby Leveret 1995, Margaret Pickard Trophy 1995,1996, Keighley Trophy 1996, Northern champion 1995,1996, English champion 1997, Scottish Open Amateur Stroke Play champion 1997, St Rule Trophy 1997, British champion 1998, English Girl International 1991,1992, England International 1996,1997, Vagliano Trophy 1997, Curtis Cup 1998, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Roxburgh, Mrs Lindsey (nee Anderson)
D,O,B, 31 July 1965
Club: Tain
Northern Counties championship 1982, 1984, Finalist Scottish championship 1989, Scottish Foursomes (with Jayne Ford) 1995, Scottish Girl International 1983, junior European team championships 1984, 1986, Scottish International '1986-1989, 1993-1995, European team championships 1987, 1989, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

Roy, Mrs Sandra (nee Needham)
D,O,B, 8 March 1946
Clubs: Cawder, Troon Ladies, Turnberry
West of Scotland champion 1967, 1971-1973, 1975, Lanarkshire champion 1969, 1972, 1973, J 977, 1983, 1984, Helen Holm Trophy 1974, Scottish champion 1976, European team championships 1969, 1975, 1977, Vagliano Trophy 1973, 1975, Touring team to South Africa 1974, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998).

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