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Bel sets new mark at Sandiway

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Sandiway Golf Club members and staff provided a memorable day for the players, officials and supporters of the Cheshire Girls Championships.

Their magnificent course was enjoyed by all players and inspired some great golf.

Prestbury Golf Club’s England Girls star Bel Wardle has won the trophy for the past three years and in her final year as a junior set a new mark for the competition by winning it for the fourth consecutive time.

Bel posted a gross 73 to finish two shots clear of Junior Girls Captain Lucy Jamieson – the Cheshire Ladies champion – and was presented with the coveted trophy by Cheshire President Judith Wainwright (Ringway GC).

The u16 scratch trophy, presented by Ruth Whitehead (Delamere Forest GC), was won by Claire Williams (Brookfield) with her 89 seeing her home by a shot from Jessica Turner (Sandiway).

The Millenium Trophy for best u14 Scratch Trophy went to ten-year-old Imogen Williamson (Delamere Forest) with her gross 93 taking her clear of Zoe Hatcher (Sutton Hall) 100 and Freya Jackson (Lymm) 107.

The Pook HandicapTrophy went to Victoria Turner (Sandiway) with a 79-5-74 return taking her home from Sophie Lee (Vicars Cross) 91-16-75 and McKenzie Gourlay (Lymm) 105-28-77.

The Junior competition played over eight holes was won with 19 points by Jasmine Glen of Astbury GC.

Cheshire Captain Barbara Baird said: “It was a good turn out with plenty of new girls enjoying the competition and bringing great credit to their clubs, families and themselves both on and off the course.”

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