In an extremely youthful line-up the other newcomers are Tommy Fleetwood 17, Luke Goddard 20, Farren Keenan 23, Eddie Pepperell 17 and Tom Sherreard 21.

The rest of the team is Charlie Ford 23, Matt Haines 18, Sam Hutsby 19, Steven Uzzell 25, and Dale Whitnell 20.

Adcock, 23, a former Sussex Champion, won the English Amateur Championship earlier this month when he beat Chris Paisley 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final over the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa.

Fleetwood, the England Boy Captain, has now been capped at under 16, boy and men’s levels. He won all six of his matches in last year’s Boys Home Internationals and also represented GB&I against Europe in the Jacques Leglise Trophy. This year‘s Lancashire Champion, he also finished runner-up in the Amateur Championship.

Goddard reached the quarter finals of the English Amateur in the wake of victory in the South of England Open Amateur Championship. A former winner of the Bernard Darwin and McEvoy Trophies, the South East Junior Championship, the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters and the Chiberta Grand Prix in Biarritz, Goddard was a boy international in 2006.

Keenan also enjoyed a successful English Amateur, reaching the last 16. Having graduated from the University of Texas last year, the Sunningdale golfer won this year’s Berkshire Trophy and has achieved five more top ten finishes including fifth place in the Chiberta Grand Prix.

Pepperell, the English Under 14 Champion in 2005 and runner-up in the Under 16 Championship in 2006, reached the semi-finals of the British Boys last year. This year, he lost a playoff for the McEvoy Trophy, finished runner-up in the Bernard Darwin Salver and was a semi-finalist in the Spanish Amateur. He also reached the last 16 of the English Amateur.

Sherreard, attending Georgia State University, won the McEvoy Trophy and was runner-up in the Duke of York Champions Trophy, both in 2005. He has been successful across the Atlantic over the past three years and is currently 33rd on the R&A Amateur World Ranking. He lost to Adcock in the English Amateur semi-finals.

Ford, who graduated from the University of Tennessee this year, achieved considerable success in US college golf and finished runner-up in the World University Games in Bangkok last year. Back home, he won the Midland Qualifying in 2007 and was third in the Midland Open Amateur. He made his England debut in last year’s Home Internationals and was in this year’s European Men’s Team Championships squad.

Haines debuted in this year’s international against France, having been a boy cap. Last year, he won the McEvoy Trophy and the Carris Trophy, represented England in the European Boys Team Championships and the Boys Home Internationals, and GB&I in the Jacques Leglise Trophy. He won the Lytham Trophy in May and lost to Sherreard in the last 16 of the English Amateur.

Hutsby, a former under 16 and boy international, won the Spanish Amateur Championship and the Duke of York Young Champions event in 2006 and the St Mellion International last year. This year, he has won the Bernard Darwin Salver and was runner-up in the Welsh Open Stroke Play Championship. He made his full England debut in last year’s Home Internationals and played in the European Men’s Team Championships. Hutsby lost to Adcock in the last 16 of the English Amateur.

Uzzell won the Brabazon Trophy in dazzling style this year, a week after making his England debut against France. The left-hander, who was another victim of Adcock’s victorious run in the English Amateur, won the Russian Amateur last month and played all four rounds of the Russian Open on the European Tour. He has been a member of Yorkshire‘s winning County Championship team for the past two years.

Whitnell, the Daily Telegraph Junior Champion in 2006 and the North of England Youth Champion last year, was a semi-finalist in this year’s Australian Amateur, third in the Portuguese Amateur, runner-up to Haines in the Lytham Trophy but won the Lagonda and Tillman Trophies. He made his full England debut in last year’s Home Internationals and also played against France and in the European Men’s Team Championships.

Haines, Hutsby, Uzzell and Whitnell have just been selected to represent GB&I against the Continent of Europe in the St Andrews Trophy later this month.

England recaptured the Raymond Trophy when they won the Home Internationals at County Louth in Ireland last September.

The full England team is:

Todd Adcock (Nevill)

Tommy Fleetwood (Formby Hall)

Charlie Ford (Kirby Muxloe)

Luke Goddard (Hendon)

Matt Haines (Rochester & Cobham)

Sam Hutsby (Liphook)

Farren Keenan (Sunningdale)

Eddie Pepperell (Drayton Park)

Tom Sherreard (Chart Hills)

Steven Uzzell (Hornsea)

Dale Whitnell (Five Lakes)