With the second round of strokeplay qualifying, scheduled for Wednesday, cancelled due to flooding of the course, Scotland secured the 8th place in the top flight by a single stroke. Jaffrey was the second best Scots performer in the qualifying with a 75.
In the quarter final match on Thursday against top qualifiers Spain, the Scots lost the foursomes 2 - 0 and the singles 4 - 1 to lose out by 6 - 1 overall. Jaffrey secured a half match to contribute to the Scottish side's point.
Match details :-
SCOTLAND 1 SPAIN 6
Lauren Whyte & Lesley Atkins lost to Nuria Iturrios and Ainhoa Olarra by 6 & 4
Clara Young & Heather Munro lost to Alejandra Pasarin and Harang Lee by 6 & 4
Whyte halved with Iturrios.
Atkins lost to Pasarin by 4 & 2
Connie Jaffrey halved with Clara Baena
Fiona Liddell lost to Olarra by 5 & 3
Young lost to Lee by 6 & 5
In Friday's match, in their bid to secure fifth place overall, Scotland beat Finland by 3 to 2 to keep the goal of fifth place in their sights, which would be a creditable performance following their first qualification for the top flight since the present six player format was introduced.
Connie Jaffrey kept up her good showing in the event with a win in one of the singles matches.
Match details :-
SCOTLAND 3 FINLAND 2
Fiona Liddell and Heather Munro beat Sandra Salonen and Jenna Maihaniemi by 1 hole
Lauren Whyte beat Karina Kukkonen by 3 & 2
Lesley Atkins lost to Matilda Castren by 5 & 3
Connie Jaffrey beat Anna Backman by 2 holes
Clara Young lost to Iida Nikka by 6 & 5
On Saturday, the Scots play Italy to determine who will finish fifth and sixth, whilst France and Sweden will play off for the overall Championship.