Next week, from Tuesday 7 to Thursday 9 August, County Louth in Ireland will stage the Boys Home Internationals, with five debutants set to take their bow.

County Louth in Baltray, Drogheda has hosted many professional events, including the Irish Open in 2004 and 2009.

The three-day tournament will consist of five morning foursomes match ups, followed by 10 singles games in an afternoon session.

This competition is just one of the many that the R&A organise, on both a professional and amateur level. They govern all of golf outside America and Mexico, and continue to aid the development of the game around the world.

Spectators are welcome at the tournament, with free admission, parking and otheir facilities being made available for all who attend. For those not able to make the trip, scorecards and reports can be found on www.RandA.org.

The teams are as follows (debutants in bold):

ENGLAND: Jack Singh Brar (Bramshaw); Dan Brown (Bedale); Rob Burlison (Oxley Park); Joe Dean (Lindrick); Matt Fitzpatrick (Hallamshire); Bobby Keeble (Abridge); Patrick Kelly (Boston West); Nick Marsh (Huddersfield); Max Orrin (North Foreland); Toby Tree (Worthing); Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park); Derek Hughes (Non-playing Captain).

IRELAND: Robin Dawson (Faithlegg); Sean Flanagan (County Sligo); John Ross Galbraith (Whitehead); Alex Gleeson (Castle); Jordan Hood (Galgorm Castle); Gareth Lappin (Belvoir Park); Paul McBride (The Island); Gavin Moynihan (The Island); Alec Myles (Newlands); William Russell (Clandeboye); James Sugrue (Mallow); Roy Archibald (Non-playing Captain).

SCOTLAND: Lawrence Allan (Alva); Anthony Blaney (Liberton); Ewen Ferguson Bearsden); Craig Howie (Peebles); Greig Marchbank (Dumfries & County); Alasdair McDougall (Elderslie); Bradley Neil (Blairgowrie); Jamie Savage (Cawder); Ewan Scott (St Andrews); Ryan Walsh (Kirkcaldy); Alan Waugh (Cowglen); Barrie Douglas (Non-playing Captain).

WALES: Jack Davidson (Llanwern); Zack Galliford (Club Borth & Ynyslas); Evan Griffith (North Wales); Tim Harry (Vale Resort); Delon Hau (Vale Resort); Henry James (Kidderminster); Daniel King (Newport); Otto Mand (Greenmeadow); Gareth Roberts (North Wales); Ryan Thomas (Vale Resort); Greg Tickell (Hallamshire); Leighton Smith (Non-playing Captain).