Spalding’s Hugo Kedzlie had a 100 per cent record for the England under-16 boys team.
He won all three games as they scored another big win in their autumn international series by beating Scotland 17½-7½ at Rockliffe Hall in Durham.
They have already beaten Wales 15-5 and will play Ireland early next month.
Another win there would see England repeat last year’s record of three victories in these matches.
Team manager Nick Over described the boys’ latest result as a solid performance.
The highlight of the match was Barclay Brown’s level par 72 in very difficult conditions on the opening day of the 54-hole match.
Kedzlie and Michael Gilbert (Essex) had 100 per cent record while Brown (Yorkshire), Dominic Clemons (Hertfordshire) and Charlie Daughtrey (Yorkshire) were unbeaten.
The other team members, who all contributed to the scoreline, were James Cooper (Wiltshire), Matthew Freeman (Nottinghamshire), Conor Gough (Buckinghamshire), Callum Macfie (Yorkshire) and Tom Stagg (Wiltshire).
The match began with individual stroke play games which England won 7-3.
This was followed by foursomes which England won 4-1 and by individual matchplay which England won 6½-3½.
Kedzlie will join Brown, Cooper, Daughtrey, Gilbert, Gough, Macfie and Stagg to play Ireland at Castletown on October 8 and 9.