Friday, 19 March 2010

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Colin Montgomerie and Marc Warren will renew their partnership when the Seve Trophy gets underway as they lead out the Great Britain and Ireland team in the top match of the Thursday fourballs.

The two Scots, who will pair up again in the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in November after missing out last year in a play-off to Germany in Barbados, will face Continental Europe’s opening fourball pairing of Robert Karlsson and Peter Hanson of Sweden.

Warren, selected as a wild card for the GB&I team by captain Nick Faldo, has been paired with the team’s most experienced campaigner in Montgomerie in the fourballs.

Faldo’s other wild card, Simon Dyson, has been paired with another vastly experienced team player in Paul Casey in the third match out as the English duo face the French combination of Raphaël Jacquelin and Grégory Havret.

Similarly Ballesteros has mixed youth and experience with his wild card pick of Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño lining up with Miguel Angel Jiménez in a Spanish pairing who will face up to Bradley Dredge and Phillip Archer in the second match out.

Ballesteros’ other pick, Thomas Björn, who with Jiménez and Montgomerie has played in all four previous Seve Trophy matches, has been paired with his fellow Dane Søren Hansen against another all English pair of Nick Dougherty and Graeme Storm.

The anchor match pitches Austria’s Markus Brier and Finland’s Mikko Ilonen of Continental Europe against England’s Justin Rose and Oliver Wilson.


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