Monday 29 July 2019


It’s been a fantastic summer for British sport and it’s nearly time for golf to take the baton and deliver an epic Solheim Cup at Gleneagles. From 9-15th September, the famous Scottish resort will host a carnival of golf and entertainment as Catriona Matthew’s Team Europe take on Juli Inkster’s Team USA. 

Some ticket categories are sold out but there are still some available to watch the battle unfold on the PGA Centenary Course, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup.

Sunday 28 July 2019

Lorna McClymont wins the Mackie Bowl and has a new course record.

Lorna McClymont - Mackie Bowl 2019
Lorna McClymont (Milngavie) had a glorious bag of two eagles, eleven birdies and only one bogey (the 36th hole) in compiling rounds of 65 and 69 for a brilliant 14-under-par total of 134 in winning the Mackie Bowl women's open 36-hole tournament at Gullane by five strokes.
Course Record Card -- Click to enlarge

Lorna had seven birdies in her first round and one eagle to have a new Course record of 65. 

Penny Brown and Tara MacTaggart (Photo courtesy of Tara) 

She won the competition by five strokes from a previous winner, Tara MacTaggart (Minto) (71-68 for 139). Tara's second round was 6 under Par - the best of her career. Penny Brown (Worthing) who has been selected for the Home Internationals was 3rd and (Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) 4th

Par 148 (2x74) SSS 75
134 Lorna McClymont (Milngavie) 65 69.
139 Tara MacTaggtart (Minto) 71 68.
140 Penny Brown (Worthing) 70 70.
141 Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) 71 70.
144 Evanna Hynd (Lundin) 72 72, Jenny Saxton (Muckhart) 72 72
145 Megan Robb (Banchory) 75 70, Clara Young (North Berwick) 72 73.
146 Carinne Taylor (Nairn) 71 75.
147 Zoe Morton (Auchterarder) 71 76, Gillian Paton (Ladybank) 73 74.
150 Clare Queen (Drumpellier) 75 75, Susan Woodhouse (East Kilbride) 77 73.
151 Porscha Wilson (Burntisland) 75 76.
152 Katy Alexander (Blairgowrie 78 74, Rachael Livingstone (Baberton) 72 80


Thanks go to Colin Farquharson for the results  and Lorna for the 2 first photos

Mollie O'Brien wins North girls' championship at Muir of Ord

L to R: Mikayla MacKay (Royal Dornoch), handicap winner;
Elizabeth Munro (North District ladies president,
Mollie O'Brien (Reay), scratch winner.

From the Scottish Golfview Website

Mollie O'Brien (Reay) won the Scottish Golf North girls championship at Muir of Ord on Friday.
Course length: 5,128yd. Par 70. SSS 70. CSS 71.

71 Mollie O'Brien (Reay) 
81 Katrina Tan (Nairn) better last nine holes ; Summer Elliott (Nairn) (
66 Mikayla MacKay (Royal Dornoch) 
69 Kaci Robertson (Nairn Dunbar) 
72 Rhianna MacKay (Royal Dornoch) 

European Junior Master Results

The European Junior Masters in the Czech Republic was reduced to two rounds due to adverse weather. All scores from round 3 were cancelled. Carmen Griffiths (T35) and Rachel Foster (T25) were in the team. - Susan Jackson was the team captain
Scotland finished in 14th place in the Team event with the boys Gregor Graham and Cameron Adam

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCORES -- Click on Girls and Teams when you go to main screen to see their results.

LADIES TEAM FOR HOME iNTERNATIONALS -- Come along and Support the Teams

The ladies Team for the Home internationals at Downfield - 7th - 9th August

  • Kimberley Beveridge, Aboyne
  • Penny Brown, Worthing
  • Hannah Darling, Broomieknowe
  • Louise Duncan, West Kilbride
  • Chloe Goadby, St Regulus
  • Hazel MacGarvie, Royal Troon
  • Shannon McWilliam, Aboyne
This is the same venue and dates for the Girls Home internationals 

From Karyn Dallas 

If you have a free day or 3 why not come along to support our Girls and Ladies Teams representing Scotland at Home Internationals. This year we are on home soil at Downfield Golf Club and a passionate home crowd would be amazing for the Girls and Ladies! 

Free car parking and free entry! Let's get a good support for the teams....competition is over 3 days with 4somes and singles each day playing against Ireland, England and Wales! 

Should you wish further info just let me know....would love to see the fairways lined with Scotland flags!! #monscotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Saturday 27 July 2019

Scottish Under 18 Girls for the Home Internationals

Scotland U18 Girls in the Home Internationals is being held at Downfield Golf Club on the 7-9th of August 2019
The full team is:-
Katy Alexander, Blairgowrie
Megan Ashley, Strathmore
Grace Crawford, Gullane
Rachel Foster, Prestwick St Nicholas
Carmen Griffiths, Aboyne
Evanna Hynd, Lundin
Cameron Neilson, Alvaneu Bad
Captain - Megan Briggs. 

Hannah Darling finishes tied 5th in the European ladies Championships

Hannah Darling with Chloé Salort at the tee off -- Photo courtesy of EGA

England's Alice Hewson has won the 2019 European Ladies' Amateur Championship at Parkstone Golf Club play-off on the 5th extra hole.

Hannah Darling had a triple and double bogey in the inward half to finish her chances of picking up the title  and finished tied in 5th place. 
Shannon McWilliam finished 56th

To read the full report CLICK HERE
For all the scores  CLICK HERE

Friday 26 July 2019


Hannah Darling -- Photo courtesy of the EGA
Hannah Darling (Broomieknowe) has taken the lead at the European Ladies' Amateur Championship.

 The Scottish player, who celebrated her 16th birthday last week, fired a bogey-free 68 (-4) in round three at Parkstone Golf Club to top the leaderboard on eight-under-par.
"I enjoyed it out there a lot. I just stuck to my processes, I had no idea where I was on the leaderboad" said Darling. "Obviously it's a big tournament but it's still the same golf course. There's no pressure on me to be honest, I'm only 16, so I'm just going to enjoy it tomorrow and see what happens in the end."
Darling, the second youngest player in the 144-player field, will have a chance to become the first ever Scottish player to win the European Ladies' Amateur Championship on Saturday. Victory would also qualify her for the AIG Women's British Open to be held at Woburn next week.
France's Chloé Salort shot the lowest round of the day. The French player made four birdies and an eagle on her way to shooting a five-under-par 67. Two birdies in the last four holes earned Salort a place in the final pairing just three shots behind.

Shannon McWilliam finished on +3
Scots - Hazel Macgarvie, Chloe Goadby and Louise Duncan all missed the cut
The full leaderboard and the final round tee times can be found on the European Championship Webpage.

Wednesday 24 July 2019

Tuesday 23 July 2019

Susan Rattray of Douglas Park GC sits at No. 1 in the West of Scotland MyGolfRankling after Week 29 - 2019


WEST OF SCOTLAND LADIES GOLFER of Week 19/29 is SUSAN RATTRAY of Douglas Park Ladies who sits on the NUMBER ONE throne of WEST OF SCOTLAND LADIES MGRanking and remains in the TOP 100 of the OVERALL MGRANKING at No 75. 


Susan Wood gets new course record over Drumpellier

Many congratulations go to Susan Wood who had a 5 under par 67 over Drumpellier on Thursday (20th July) to shoot a new course record 


From Susan --

GOLF has been good to me over the years but today it was VERY VERY GOOD to me!! Thanks to Joe (pictured left -- from Susan's Facebook page) for marking my score as I slotted my name beside his last night!!! It’s only taken me 22 years !!!!!!!!!!!! 

Ya wee beauty ! Inspired by my kids and amazing what happens when the putter behaves!!!!!!!!

Lenzie Junior Open & Cameron Penman Memorial Team Trophy

Lenzie Junior Open & The Cameron Penman Memorial Team Trophy will be held Sunday 18th August 2019.

Please contact ---

William McMeeking
Junior Convenor
Lenzie Golf Club
Mobile No. 07982 720617


Monday 22 July 2019

Sophie Murphy and Jennifer Lynagh take top spots in the West of Scotland Girls Medal

Results for the West Girls Milngavie Medal today. 

Par = 71, SSS = 71, CSS = 72

Scratch winner = Sophie Murphy (Clydebank and District) 79

1st Silver = Jennifer Lynagh (Caldwell)  (nett 69)
2nd Silver = Sophie Murphy 79 - 8 (71)

1st Bronze = Cristina McCracken (Troon Ladies) (nett 82)

Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open set for bumper weekend of entertainment

North Berwick, 22 July, 2019 – The Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open has announced the introduction of two themed days for the weekend to add to the fun at The Renaissance Club from August 8 to 11.
The tournament, co-sanctioned by the LPGA and Ladies European Tour, makes its debut at The Renaissance Club just three weeks after the men and is set to feature world-class talent including defending champion and major winner Ariya Jutanugarn, as well as Jeongeun Lee6, So Yeon Ryu, Georgia Hall, Charley Hull and Scotland’s very own Team Europe Solheim Cup captain, Catriona Matthew. 
Ladies Day, which will take place on Saturday 10th August, is new for 2019 and gives all women that attend the chance to not only watch the golf but take part in a golf clinic with European Tour coach Gary Nicol and enjoy live music from former Westlife star Brian McFadden and upcoming Scottish artist Hugh Kelly.

No golfing experience is required and welcome drinks will be served to all attendees on arrival as well as a free shuttle service being in operation from North Berwick Train Station to the golf course. 
Participants will also be able to enjoy cocktail making masterclass sessions supported by Loch Lomond Distillery, relax with a complimentary neck and shoulder massage courtesy of The Macdonald Marine Hotel and witness a special guest Q&A in the public village hosted by TV personality, Emma Dodds with popstar Brian McFadden amongst other stars from the event. 

Speaking about the initiative, Martin Gilbert, Chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments, said, “The Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open is committed to showcasing this special event to as many new audiences as possible. It’s important for us to bring in new fans to golf and we hope that Ladies Day offers women, who might not have previous golfing experience, the opportunity to visit The Renaissance Club and have a fantastic day out.”

In addition to Ladies Day, Solheim Cup Sunday is also new to the 2019 tournament. In support of the Solheim Cup, which takes place at nearby Gleneagles from 9 – 15 September 2019, fans are encouraged to get behind the tournament by wearing Team Europe or Team USA colours to pledge their support of their favourite team in the biennial contest. 
The best-dressed fan will receive a special Solheim Cup pin flag signed by all the European Team and there will be on the spot prizes for those that have made the effort.

Another special guest Q&A will take place in the spectator village with a number of Solheim Cup stars, giving fans the opportunity to ask what it is like to be part of one of the world’s greatest golf events. 

The Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open is the last qualifying event for Team Europe ahead of final selection announcement on Monday 12th August as well being the penultimate qualifying event for Team USA. With plenty of last minute qualifying points on offer, it is all to play for. 

Paul Bush, Director of Events with VisitScotland, said, “The Solheim Cup is one of the world’s greatest golf events and with it taking place just one month after the Ladies Scottish Open, it only felt right to put on a day for the fans to show their support. Scotland’s Catriona Matthew will captain Team Europe for the first time and we hope that spectators and fans alike can get behind her and all the players at the Ladies Scottish Open who are looking to qualify for each of the prestigious teams.” 

This event will feature and promote East Lothian.  Scotland’s Food & Drink County marquee will showcase the diversity and quality of local produce that will be available for tasting and purchase and the Scotland’s Golf Coast on course activation zone will give visitors an opportunity to find out more about the golfing, accommodation and leisure offering in the area.

English Players confirmed:
Georgia Hall
Charley Hull
Bronte Law 
International players confirmed:
Beth Allen, (USA)
Cristie Kerr, (USA)
Jeongeun Lee6, (SKOR)
Anna Nordqvist, (SWE)
So Yeon Ryu, (SKOR)
Scottish players confirmed:
Kylie Henry
Gemma Dryburgh
Kelsey MacDonald 
Catriona Matthew 
Pamela Pretswell-Asher

Tickets for the 2019 Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open are FREE. 
For further championship and ticket information, please visit:

KATIE WRIGHT FROM STRANRAER GAINS THE NO 1 SLOT IN MYGOLFRANKING -- WEEK 28 SCOTLAND LADIES GOLFER of Week 19/28 is KATIE WRIGHT of Stranraer Ladies who regains the NUMBER ONE throne of SCOTLAND Ladies MGRanking and remains in the TOP 100 of the OVERALL MGRanking at No 55. 

SCOTLAND LADIES CLUB of the Week is DUNDAS PARKS LADIES – back in The Top10 of Scotland Ladies Club MGRanking at No 6.

For up-to-date ranking lists of Clubs, Regional, National and International Rankings,
How It Works and free registration for golfers and Clubs, visit

Sunday 21 July 2019

Katy Alexander wins the Scottish Girls Championship

photo courtesy of Scottish Golf 

Home-favourite Katy Alexander was crowned the winner of the 2019 Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship today at the Blairgowrie Rosemount Course.
Alexander put in a flawless display in the final against Loretto’s Eilidh Henderson, making 14 pars and two birdies on her way to a 3&2 victory.
Henderson herself had four birdies during the round but five bogeys meant Alexander’s solid performance would see her lift the trophy.
Alexander moved to 3-up after a brilliant up and down at the 13thand followed that up with a birdie at 14, and then two pars at 15 and 16 to seal the victory.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her win, a delighted Alexander said, “The final was a close game, it could have gone either way. 
“It feels really good to get the win and just makes it even better that it’s my home course. There was a lot of support from the members today which was really nice.”   
In the morning’s semi-finals, Alexander raced to a 5-up lead after seven holes, but an inspired fightback by Freya Russell saw the match level standing on the 14thtee. However, the eventual winner regrouped and edged her nose back in front before closing out the match with a par on 17 to win 2&1.
In the other semi-final, Henderson reached the final with a 6&5 victory over Prestwick’s Rachel Foster, largely thanks to four birdies in the space of five holes from the 9thonwards.
In the net matchplay, it was Craigmillar Park’s Lucy Morrison who came out on top with a 1-up victory over Royal Waterloo’s Grace Evans.
Morrison had earlier reached the final with an impressive 5&4 win over Strathmore’s Kirsten Miller while Evans defeated Taylor White of Cathkin Braes.

Semi - Finals 
Katy Alexander (Blairgowrie) beat Freya Russell (Royal Troon) 2 and 1.

EIidh Henderson (Loretto School) beat Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 6 and 5.

Alexander beat Henderson 3&2

Photo Courtesy of Scottish Golf

In the Scottish Boys Championship  --- Ruben Lindsay of Ayr Belleisle was crowned Scottish Boys Amateur Champion in tense fashion with a 1-up win over Longniddry’s Cameron Gallagher on the Lansdowne Course at Blairgowrie today.  -- Read the full report on the Scottish Golf Website 

Saturday 20 July 2019

Scottish Girls Championship Matchplay Results

From the Scottish Golf Website

16 became four in the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship at the Blairgowrie Rosemount Course as the matchplay stages got underway today. 

 In the morning’s last-16 ties, three of the top-four seeds, who had finished tied on one-under after the strokeplay, made it safely through to the last-eight. 

Aboyne’s Carmen Griffiths and Blairgowrie’s Katy Alexander both won comfortably while Prestwick’s Rachel Foster progressed in tense fashion, winning at the first extra hole against Ellen Caton of St Regulus. However, Lundin’s Evanna Hynd, who entered the matchplay as fourth seed, was beaten 4&3 by Royal Troon’s Freya Russell. 

 In the afternoon’s quarter final ties, Katy Alexander was the big winner with a storming 7& 5 victory over West Kilbride’s Claire McLaughlin

 Speaking to Scottish Golf after reaching the semi-finals, the delighted Blairgowrie member said, “I’m very happy. I think it was my putting that really helped me today, especially as the greens were quite fast. “I’m really looking forward to tomorrow, I’ll just take it one game at a time and enjoy myself.”

Elsewhere, Freya Russell edged out Burntisland’s Porscha Wilson on the 18th, while Rachel Foster came out on top with a 5&3 win over Cameron Neilson. In the final tie of the quarter finals, 6th seed Eilidh Henderson of Loretto defeated Carmen Griffiths who had entered the week as the highest ranked player in the field. 

Tomorrow morning’s Semi Finals will see Katy Alexander taking on Freya Russell and Eilidh Henderson up against Rachel Foster. The Final of the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship will then take place tomorrow afternoon over 18 holes. 

 1st Round 
Katy Alexander (Blairgowrie) beat Ailsa Brannock (Castle Douglas) 4&3
Claire McLaughlin (West Kilbride) beat Carys Irvine (Craigielaw) 5&4
Evanna Hynd (Lundin) lost to Freya Russell (Royal Troon) 4&3
Grace Crawford (Gullane ) lost to  Porscha Wilson (Burtisland) 2 holes
Eilidh Henderson (Loretto School) ) beat Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) 5&4
Carmen Griffiths (Aboyne) beat Sophie Murphy (Clydebank) 5&3
Cameron Neilson (Alvaneu Bad) beat Abercrombie Nisbett (Gullane) 3&1
Rachael Foster (Prestwick St. Nicholas) beat Ellen Canton (St Regulus) at the 19th

Quarter Finals
Alexander beat  McLaughlin 7&5
Russell beat Wilson 1 hole
Henderson beat Griffiths 3&1
Neilson lost to Foster 5&3

Semi Finals -- Click to enlarge

Evanna Hynd from Lundon Links is in winning form

From Tracey Hynd - From the Scottish Golf View Website

Evanna has had a brilliant few weeks.  She was leading after the first round at The Scottish Girls with 1 under par, then with a par second round she was tied first along with Katy Alexander, Rachel Foster and Carmen Griffiths.
Also this week, Evanna has won the double at the East of Scotland girls championship.   She won the Stephen Gallagher Trophy last Tuesday for best scratch score and top qualifier, then 3 days ago she played in the Championship match-play final, where she won 3 and 2 against fellow Scottish Academy player Eilidh Henderson.  

In between winning the two trophies, Evanna travelled to Duff House Royal for the Junior Tour last weekend and won the girls section by 1 shot, with Eilidh Henderson and Katie Alexander tied for 2nd place and Anna McKay joint 4th along with Carmen Griffiths.

Friday 19 July 2019

Kilmacolm Open Day -- Still a few places left

Kilmacolm Open Day is on Thursday 22nd August. The format is a Greensomes Foursomes and costs £20 entry per couple.  

There are a couple of slots between 9am and 10am then a few times in the afternoon after 1.30.


Ranfurly Castle Tri Am Open day Results

Winning Team - Gilly MacRae, Evy MacGregor and Carol Fell

The Ranfurly Castle Ladies Open day Tri-Am was held on Thursday 18th July.  
90 ladies took part in the event and the weather proved better than expected with only a few showers but a very stiff wind.

Two scores from three to count with all three scores at the 18th.

Runners Up: Lilias Lamont, Libby Pow and Alison Templeton

Prize Winners: 

1st: Evy MacGregor (Ranfurly Castle), Carol Fell (Douglas Park) and Gilly MacRae (Troon Ladies) 78 points
2nd: Alison Templeton (Ranfurly Castle), Libby Pow (Ralston) and Lilias Lamont (Old Course Ranfurly) 74 bih
3rd: Gillian McGinlay (Troon Ladies ), Jean Sloan (Troon Ladies) and Rona Lockie (Troon Ladies) 74

Silver longest Drive : Pamela Butter (Paisley). 
Bronze Longest Drive : Alison Templeton (Ranfurly Castle )
Nearest  the pin at 5th : Olive Leitch (Cathcart Castle),
Nearest the pin at the 7th : Pamela Smith (Elie)
Nearest the pin at 14th : Anne McKenzie (Old Course Ranfurly)
Nearest the line : Doreen McConnell (Largs)

Prizes were presented by Lady Captain Jan Macnab.  The raffle raised the wonderful sum of £413.00 which will be donated to Mencap Charity.

Four way tie in Scottish Girls Qualifier

Day One of the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship ended in a four way-tie at the top of the 36-hole strokeplay qualifying in excellent conditions at Blairgowrie’s Rosemount Course.
Blairgowrie’s own Katy Alexander was the first to post a one-under total for her two rounds after a stunning second round of four-under par that will see her enter the matchplay as top seed.
Alexander was soon joined by Aboyne’s Carmen Griffiths who added a second round of one-under after posting level par in the morning.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her round, Griffiths said, “I feel really good actually, I played pretty solid.  I definitely missed a few putts so hopefully those will drop tomorrow.
“I quite enjoy match play because you get to put pressure on your opponents and you get to see how they react to that.”
Griffiths was joined on one-under by Prestwick’s Rachel Foster who will progress to the matchplay stages tomorrow as second seed behind Alexander.
The final player to post a one-under total, Lundin’s Evanna Hynd, did so with a stunning back nine of four-under which included five birdies as she posted a second round of 73, one-under.
Grabbing the last spot in the matchplay stages was Castle Douglas’s Ailsa Brannock who’s excellent second round of level par saw her move up 15 spots into 16th after a morning round of nine-over.
The tournament will now move into the match play stages, with the top-16 scratch scores progressing, and the next 16 best nett scores qualifying for the handicap knockout competition.
Tomorrow will see the last-16 and quarter final ties played before the final rounds take place on Sunday.
View the scores from today’s strokeplay HERE
Click Here to enlarge

View the draw for tomorrow’s matchplay HERE.

Thursday 18 July 2019

Evanna Hynd wins the East of Scotland Girls Championship

Eilidh and Evanna

The final of this year's East of Scotland Girls' Championship, which was postponed last Tuesday due to heavy rain, was played today at Dunnikier Park Golf Club. 

Congratulations to Evanna Hynd, Lundin Golf Club, who beat Eilidh Henderson, Loretto School, by 4 & 3 and became this year's East of Scotland's Girls' Champion. 

Well done to both girls who played great golf over the three days and contested the final in the best of spirits.

From Maggie  McPherson (East Girls Website) -- Full report -- Click Here

Wednesday 17 July 2019

Scottish Girls and Boys Amateur Championship begins on Friday

 Blairgowrie Golf Club
Almost 200 young Scots will tee it up in Perthshire this week as the Scottish Boys and Girls Amateur Championships get underway at Blairgowrie.
The Girls’ Amateur Championship will be held on Blairgowrie’s Rosemount course.  The format for this event will be an initial 36 holes of strokeplay qualifying held on Friday 19th July before the top 16 progress to the knockout stages held over the weekend.  The next best 16 nett scores will also qualify for a handicap matchplay flight held over the same days.
The highest ranked player in this week’s Girls’ Amateur will be Aboyne’s Carmen Griffiths who will be looking to win the trophy for the first time.  Griffiths was a member of the Junior Vagliano team in June and will look to take inspiration from her Aboyne clubmate Kimberly Beveridge’s recent triumph in the Scottish Women’s Amateur.
Home hopes will lie with Katy Alexander who recently made it to the last-16 of the Scottish Women’s Amateur at Edzell.
Prestwick St Nicholas’s Rachel Foster will also be hoping for a good week after reaching the quarter final stage of the Women’s Amateur last month.
A full list of tee times for Friday’s strokeplay rounds can be found HERE
Scoring from the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship will be available HERE.
To read about the Boys details go to the Scottish Golf Website

Tuesday 16 July 2019

Scotland Girls play in the first Junior Invitational and win

Scotland Girls from L to R: Porscha Wilson, Rachel Foster, Claire Mclaughlin, 
Ellen Caton, Carys Irvine, Katy Alexander, Megan Ashley, 
Carmen Griffiths, Cameron Neilson and Grace Crawford

Last  week a team of Girls (pictured above) played in their first Junior Invitational against other girls of similar ages from high schools in different states....Tennessee, Florida, and others. 

Scotland were asked to put together 10 Girls to make 2 teams and compete with 1 single match and two 4 ball better ball per team. 

On Day 1 Scotland combined teams won 5.5 out of 6 catapulting both teams into semi finals the following day! 

Again 2 out of 3 points for both teams saw a Scotland 1 v Scotland 2 final which was great. 

The final was played in great spirits and good golf to boot! 
Scotland 1 managed a 3 nil victory over the second team but all matches were close! 

A great few days of making friends from across the water and working together as a squad. 

Wonderful to see girls perform so well and I was most definitely a happy proud Scottish Girls Coach with the performances and attitudes they showed. 

Thanks go to Karyn Dallas (Scottish Girls Coach) for the report and photograph