With another very warm day at Wareham with temperatures in the high twenties this was going to be a very warm test for our young guns around the County for this year’s Cyril Nash Memorial Trophy event incorporating the English Junior Champion Club qualifier. The course fairways were hard and bouncy but the greens looked and played superbly and were very receptive. The scoring proved more difficult than in past years but all players did well given the heat. Oliver Rogers Wareham and this year’s Peter Alliss winner set the pace coming home with 41 points which proved to be too good for the field with Toby Boyde Parkstone along with Elliott Over Yeovil and Jessica Murphy Wareham all coming home with 38 points some three off the pace. Well done Oliver on winning the Cyril Nash Memorial Putter.
|Oliver Rogers Wareham
|Toby Boyde Parkstone
|Elliott Over Yeovil
For the full individual Results click here.
With the Wareham Team out early posted the team score to beat and then had to anxiously watch as the scores came in. Their score of 79 was good with both Parkstone A and B teams only managing to total 73 each with the Parkstone A having the better third score to take second place. So this is the first time in the last few year’s Wareham have managed to get a squad together and it has paid off with a tremendous win allowing them to go forward to represent Dorset at this year’s Junior Champion Club event in August.
For the full team results click here.
The Junior Committee wish to thank Wareham GC for hosting the event and all those who took part for their support to this event it is a great opportunity to allow club youngsters with a higher handicap to represent the club in a competitive competition.