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UEFA

Union of European Football Associations
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The four teams in Wasps' group have a combined total of nine senior European tournament wins between them, six of which have come in the last seven seasons.
The little-known Spaniard hit a final-round 60 to equal the best ever score in European tournaments and just missed a 30-foot eagle putt on the final green that would have seen him set a new record with a round of 59.
Norway's Suzann Pettersen tops the rankings, while Scot Catriona Matthew is currently in the last qualifying position thanks to the fact that both Swede Anna Nordqvist, winner of her first major last month, and England's Karen Stupples, British Open champion five years ago, are eligible only for wild card picks because they have not played sufficient European tournaments for automatic selection.
Janahi was seen so determine to make the second round especially after recently participating in European tournaments held in Finland and Sweden.
Should they be one of the four top scorers from the Bovey Castle UK final, they will go forward to compete in The Bentley Continental Cup to be held at a prestigious American golf course, where they will compete with winners of Bentley's European tournaments against winners from the USA.
The Maybach Golf Cup will feature four European tournaments culminating in a final in the USA this year.
``We can't select Welsh players if they are not good enough to play in European tournaments. ''
SERENA Williams praised the New Yorkpolice for arresting a stalker who followed her to the US Open and European tournaments. "I just really owe them a lot of thanks,''she said after her semi-final win over Lindsay Davenport.
"In the past in European tournaments we have played the best clubs on the continent and, up to about the age of 12 or 13, there is no difference in quality.
The federation confirmed that Uefa has officially denied CSKA Sofia a license for the European tournaments for this season.
English football's stock is pretty low with just two teams in the last eight of the European tournaments.
Two days of meetings in Dublin, attended by representatives from the English, Welsh, Irish, Scottish, French and Italian unions, ended with the two men issuing an upbeat statement confirming the support by consensus for a continuing existence of two European tournaments, each made up of 20 teams, and a possibility of a third-tier event.

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