Round up: Ireland to face England in men's and women's Europeans
Paul Dunne. Picture:  Pat Cashman

Paul Dunne. Picture: Pat Cashman

European Amateur Team Championship — Paul Dunne shot a 68 to lead Ireland into the quarter-finals of the European Amateur Team Championship in Sweden.

The boys in green will take on England in the last eight after finishing second behind Germany in 36-hole strokeplay qualifying on seven under par.

Dunne (74-68) was sixth in the individual standings on two under with Dermot McElroy (70-72) tied eighth, Gary Hurley (75-69) tied 18th, Jack Hume (68-77) tied 25th, Cormac Sharvin (70-76) tied 32nd and Gavin Moynihan (73-74) tied 42d. 

Team scores - Individual scores

Top seeds Germany face Sweden, France meet Denmark and Scotland take on holders Spain.

European Ladies' Team Championship — Olivia Mehaffey produced a brilliant 69 and Leona Maguire birdied the last three holes for a 72 as Ireland scraped into the top flight by a single stroke, edging out the Netherlands at Helsingør Golf Club in Denmark.
Team scores - Individual scores
The side faces England in today's quarterfinals

European Girls' Team Championship — Ireland finished 11th in the qualifying at Golf Resort Kaskáda, Czech Republic and face Finland in Flight B today. Just five players of the six players posted counting scores as injury prevented Hermitage's Ciara Casey from teeing it up. Strokeplay scores, Ireland v Finland

World University Championship - Ireland's men are in fifth place at the halfway stage of the World University Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
Sean Flanagan (70) and Alex Gleeson (72) were the counting cards with Stuart Grehan's 73 discarded, leaving them on 284 (142 142), three shots outside the medal places at Naju gold Lake Country Club.
The Republic of Korea (276) leads by from from France with Japan and Thailand tied third on 281 while Flanagan is eighth in the individual standings on two under, five shots off the lead.
Men's Team - Men's Individual
In the women's championship, Irish Close champion Sarah Helly is tied 30th (79 76, 155) with Jessica Ross 31st (78 79, 157) and Sinead Sexton 33rd (77 81, 158). In the team standings, Ireland are 13th.
Women's Team - Women's Individual