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Junior Autumn Meeting

for the Barbara Pratt Trophy

FLACKWELL HEATH GOLF CLUB

Sunday 14th September 2008

Autumn Meeting Winner
Winner of The Barbara Pratt Trophy, Rosie Bull
with Flackwell Heath Lady Captain, Suzy Jackson

We had 31 girls turn up to enter the BCLGA Junior Girls' Autumn Meeting playing for the Barbara Pratt Trophy at Flackwell Heath G.C., a club which is well-known to travellers on the M40, who get a good view of the run of tricky holes perched on a hillside overlooking High Wycombe. The sun shone beautifully and many girls were back in their shorts, which was a bonus after so much rain of late.

For added fun there was a secret team competition for the highest combined score, a prize for the best team name, nearest the pin and a 12 hole competition.

RESULTS

Silver Division:-

1st and Winner of the Barbara Pratt Trophy: Rosie Bull with 42 points
2nd Alice Richards with 40 points
Silver Runner-up
Runner-Up Silver Division: Alice Richards

Bronze Division:-

1st Louise Bowen with 35 points on c/b
2nd Rebecca Parmenter 35 points
Bronze Winner Bronze Runner-Up
Bronze Winner - Louise Bowen & Runner-up (right) Rebecca Parmenter

Closest to the pin:-

Zoe Fitz-Costa - 10 feet

Nearest the Pin Winner
Zoe Fitz-Costa


Winner of 12 Hole Competition:-

Leah Andrews with 81 shots

12 Hole Winner
Leah Andrews

The Winning Team:-

"The Birdies" were Zoe Fitz-Costa, Rebecca Parmenter and Charlotte West scored 108 points.


The Winning Team Name:-

The "Three Musktee's" who were Victoria Collis, Natasha Kumar and Alice Kozlowski.

Rosie Bull joked that her golf strategy of "hit and hope" really paid off and well done to her and all the other winners.

The committee would like to thank Suzy Jackson, The Ladies Captain of Flackwell Heath, for starting the girls and being very encouraging to them. A huge thank you to Jane Etheridge and Debbie Fitz-Costa for all their hard work in organising this competition. Lastly, a big thank you all the parents who were spotters and walkers.

Louise Dimmock
(Junior Press Officer)