Junior Spring Meeting – Anna comes out on top
Gog Magog’s Anna Guest took pride of place when she claimed the Lesley Ford Trophy at the Cambs and Hunts Junior Spring meeting at Lakeside Lodge. Despite the bright sunshine, the course played long after the recent heavy rain, but Anna returned an excellent round of net 70, three under her handicap, to clinch the 18 hole medal competition. Second place went to Ely City’s Jordanne Sillitoe with a score of nett 71.
The Scratch prize went to Jade Guest (Gogs) with a gross score of 82. Libbi Pikett (Girton) and Chloe Ashman (Ely City) won the hidden pairs prize with a combined score of 156.
The younger girls received coaching from professional Andy Fletcher and also took part in skills games, putting and chipping before moving on to the 9 hole and Par 3 courses.
A total of 12 girls with either club or county handicaps competed on the 9 hole Manor Course. Charlie Davis (The Links) put together a solid round scoring 15 points to take first place, with Cromwell’s Chloe Willison in second place with 14 points. The hidden pairs prize was won by Sienna Mason (Ely City) and Amy Hathiramani (Gogs) with 26 points.
Eight new young players competed on the Par 3 course where Charlotte King (Brampton) took first place with 31 points with Gog’s Georgina Ibrahim in second place with 28 points.
Emily Hay (Menzies) took first prize in the putting competition with Isabel Davies in 2nd place. Jessica Rust (Gogs) took first place in the chipping competition with Nicola Cornwell (Menzies) in second place. First place in the Tri Golf competition went to Rosie Hay (Menzies) with Brampton’s Abigail King in second place.