SIX county golfers have been named in squads to boost Scotland’s golfing success.

Scottish Golf named men’s and women’s high-performance squads at the same time as confirming the boys’ and girls’ performance squads.

Angus Carrick (Craigielaw), Oliver Mukherjee (Loretto) and James Morgan (Longniddry) were all named in the men’s high-performance squad.

Meanwhile, Grace Crawford (North Berwick) and Evie McCallum (The Renaissance Club) were included in the girls’ performance squad.

Fergus Brown (Gullane) was named in the boys’ performance squad.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Golf Performance Team congratulated those named in the various squads.

They said: “We have a huge depth and breadth of homegrown talent in the Scottish squad selections for 2023-2024.

“All of the selected players have demonstrated drive and determination and a desire to excel in their individual performances, and we look forward to helping them further grow and develop as they seek to reach new heights and progress their game further.”

Elsewhere, five East Lothian golfers have helped the Lothians regain the Scottish Men’s Area Team Championship.

The Lothians team had won the trophy in 2021 and ensured it was returning east once again with victory at Paisley Golf Club last month.

After a delayed start due to foggy weather, the championship teed off as the four teams of Lothians, Fife, Ayrshire and Lanarkshire battled it out through a combination of morning foursomes and afternoon singles matches.

Lothians, which includes Stuart Blair (Royal Musselburgh), Craig Davidson (Craigielaw), Benn McLeod (Musselburgh), Ross Noon (The Renaissance Club) and Connor Wilson (Castle Park), lost out in the morning foursomes.

However, they turned the tables with a decisive win over Lanarkshire in the afternoon singles.

Lothians then held off Ayrshire the following day to take the victory.