Report by COLIN FARQUHARSON
|Leading boys' prizewinners at Murrayshall. |
Left to right: Lewis Irvine, Aidan O'Hagan,
Sebastian Sandin, Ruben Lindsay.
Picture courtesy of Nigel Pennie.
O'Hagan had scores of 70 and 72 for a total of 142 - four strokes ahead of the boys' section runner-ups Sebastian Sandin (Stirling) and Lewis Irvine (Glasgow) who both had rounds of 75 and 71 for 146.
South Ayrshire (Cameron Johnstone and Ruben Lindsay) won the boys' team title with a total of 297, only one shot ahead of runners-up Fife (John Paterson and Ben Caton).
|Leading girls' prizewinners at Murrayshall. |
Left to right: Louise Duncan, Lorna McClymont,
Molly Richmond, Jodie Taylor.
Picture by courtesy of Nigel Pennie.
The girls' handicap section was won by Jodie Taylor (Dundee City) with a net total of 147 (70-77) off 10.
Megan Ashley (Perth and Kinross), playing off five, was second on 150 (73-77) and Zoe Morton (Forth Valley), playing off six, finished third on 151 (75-76).
The girls' team event was won by Lanarkshire with a total of 323. Their representatives were Molly Richmond and Eilidh Crawford.
Dunbartonshire (Megan Docherty and Lorna McClymont) were second, only one shot behind on 324, with Perth and Kinross (Katy Alexander and Christine Wietrzyk) third on 325.