Boys make top flight but Girls miss out in European Team Championships
 Mark Power (Leinster) driving at the 9th tee during the final day of the 2017 Interprovincial Matches at Carlow Golf Club today (05/07/2017). Picture by  Pat Cashman

Mark Power (Leinster) driving at the 9th tee during the final day of the 2017 Interprovincial Matches at Carlow Golf Club today (05/07/2017). Picture by Pat Cashman

Ireland qualified for the top flight in the European Boys' Amateur Team Championship in Spain but there was no luck for the Girls' side in Finland despite a fine showing by Annabel Wilson.

With Cameron Raymond contributing a 69, the Boys qualified in eighth place and now play hosts and leading qualifiers Spain with Sweden taking on France, Denmark meeting England and Italy facing Germany at La Manga's South course.

Tramore's Jack Hearn the leading individual in a share of 17th on one-under par.

Rosslare's John Brady looked set to challenge for the leading qualifier honours when he eagled the ninth to go out in four-under 33. 

But he came back in 43 for a 76 and shared 25th on level par with Raymond (147) as Mark Power (153), Reece Black (157) and Robert Moran (161) finished down the leaderboard.

European Boys' Team Championship

Wilson tied for third in the individual standings in the European Girls' Team Championship at St. Laurence Golf in Finland but Ireland finished 10 strokes outside the top flight in 12th place

European Girls' Team Championship

Ireland will meet Norway in Flight B.