Showing posts with label Prestwick St Nicholas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prestwick St Nicholas. Show all posts

Sunday, 3 January 2021

If you missed "Iron Women" program -- CATCH UP BBC IPLAYER



Iron Women
explores the extraordinary history of women’s golf in Scotland. From the early pioneers of the 18th century, to formidable role models who challenged the patriarchal constraints of male-dominated golfing arenas, this story celebrates the trailblazers who put Scottish women’s golf firmly on the world map.

The story begins in the 18th century in Musselburgh, with recorded evidence of fishwives playing golf and competing for the prize of a creel and silk handkerchiefs. The game gathered momentum among the Victorian ladies of St Andrews from 1863, albeit under the watchful gaze of husbands and fathers who controlled the spaces women frequented, and how they used them. Transgressors such as Issette Pearson and Agnes Grainger developed strategies to create opportunities for women and thanks to their determination, the Ladies Golf Union and the Scottish Ladies Golf Association were formed in 1893 and 1904, formalising the sport and creating competition, and fundamentally, a handicap system before men.

Formidable golfers emerged, with several Scots leading the way at home and abroad. While the pioneer players were successful in increasing the visibility of women in golf, they still battled resistance with controls in play that restricted access to courses, clubs and career development. From the early heroes of Edith Orr, Dorothy Campbell and Charlotte Beddows, to Jessie Valentine, Jean Donald and Belle Robertson, women have played towards a fairer way for Scotland’s so called ‘fairer-sex'.

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For those who wondered where some West of Scotland County Members were singing  -- It was after the West of Scotland County Foursomes played at Prestwick St Nicholas GC some of the players from Ayrshire, Dunbarton and Argyll, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire County sing a support song for the 2014 GB&I Curtis Cup team who are playing the 38th match at St Louis Country Club in the LADUE region of Missouri USA .  Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) was in the team  You Tube Full version video 

Sunday, 26 July 2020

Grace Crawford is 3rd in Under 16 Faldo series

This week Grace Crawford (North Berwick) played in the Faldo Series at Slaley Hall which was her first big tournament of the year. She came third in the U16 girls and fifth overall. She said “I am a bit  competition rusty but I got better each round and I’m really looking forward to the next tournament “

Under 16's 
1 218 -7 Zara Naughton (ENG) (a) Ponteland G.C. 74 70 74  
2 223 -2 Rachel Gourley (ENG) (a) Arcot Hall G.C. 73 73 77  
3 232 +7 Grace Crawford (SCO) (a) North Berwick G.C. 80 77 75  
Other Scots 
7 238 +13 Katie Graham (SCO) (a) Royal Troon G.C. 78 83 77  
10 247 +22 Freya Russell (SCO) (a) Royal Troon G.C. 81 81 85 
19 273 +48 Jodie Graham (SCO) (a) Royal Troon G.C. 89 90 94 

Rachael Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) was the leading Scot in the Under 21's section 

UNDER 21's 
1 215 -10 Rosie Belsham (ENG) (a) Whitley Bay G.C. 70 72 73  
2 235 +10 Julia Kerrigan (ENG) (a) Hendon G.C. 76 78 81 
3 236 +11 Ella Mason (ENG) (a) Ely City G.C. 76 77 83 
4 237 +12 Anna Wills (ENG) (a) West Sussex G.C. 83 73 81  
5 238 +13 Mia Eales Smith (ENG) (a) Lindrick G.C. 84 77 77  
6= 239 +14  Rachel Foster (SCO) (a) Prestwick St Nicholas G.C. 79 79 81 

Other Scots
11= 249 +24 Eilidh Henderson (SCO) (a) Loretto School G.C. 77 89 83
14 261 +36 Orla O Leary (SCO) (a) Torwoodlee G.C. 86 89 86  
15 270 +45 Natalie Fowler (SCO) (a) Bathgate G.C. 89 91 90  

See Full results - CLICK HERE 

Sunday, 6 October 2019

Megan Docherty is the 2019 West Girls Champion

πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†WEST GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP DAYπŸ†πŸ†πŸ†

Lto R - Megan Docherty, Luisa Gibson, 
Helen Convery (Captain of the Ladies Golf Club Troon)
Neve Marshall and Jennifer Lynagh

The West Girls Championship was played today over Troon Portland. 
Prize winners were presented their trophies by the Ladies Golf Club Captain Helen Convery.

The Championship Semi Final results : 
 Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) beat Sophie Murphy (Clydebank and District) 3&2 
 Luisa Gibson (Irvine) beat Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 3&1 


Championship Final- Megan Docherty  (Bishopbriggs) beat  Luisa Gibson  (Irvine) - 2&1


Bronze Championship: 
Jennifer Lynagh (Caldwell) beat Neve Marshall (Cathkin Braes) 4/2 

Many thanks go to Allison Bell for the results and photograph

Sunday, 28 July 2019

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.

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. 

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


Sunday, 30 June 2019

SEMI FINAL AND FINALS AT THE SCOTTISH AT KILMARNOCK BARASSIE


Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf
Photo Courtesy of Scottish Golf


Championship Semi Finals 
Tara Mactaggart (Minto) lost to  Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) 2&1
Chloe Goadby (St Regulus)  beat Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) 3&2

Championship Final:
Kimberley Beveridge beat Chloe Goadby 1 Hole


Hole by Hole Scoring - Click to Enlarge

CLICK HERE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHPLAY


Rosebowl Semi Finals 
Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) lost to Megan Robb (Banchory) 3&1
Ellie Docherty (Moray) lost to Carinne Taylor (Nairn)  at the 22nd Hole

Rosebowl Final:
Megan Robb beat Carinne Taylor 2 Holes


Hole by Hole -- Click to Enlarge

CLICK HERE CLARK ROSEBOWL MATCHPLAY

Monday, 1 April 2019

WEST GIRLS MEDAL AT GLASGOW GAILES - RACHAEL FOSTER HAS LEADING SCRATCH

The West Girls’ Medal was held today at Glasgow Gailes in the cold and rain. 

Results: CSS 71

Scratch : Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 75 

1st Silver Nett : Katy Hill (Prestwick St. Cuthberts) (10) 70 
2nd Silver Nett: Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) (6) 71 

1st Bronze Nett: Jennifer Lynagh ( Caldwell) (23) 70 
2nd Bronze Nett : Neve Marshall (Cathkin Braes) (28) 80

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

SCOTLAND GIRLS GO TO THE CYPRUS FOR THE JUNIOR OPEN AND WARM WEATHER TRAINING

Evanna Hynd, Porscha Wilson, Grace Crawford, Rachel Foster, Carmen Griffiths,
Cameron Neilson, Liz Keohone, Karyn Dallas - photo courtesy of Karyn Dallas


A strong Scottish Girls team left today to fly out to Cyprus to join a strong international field in this year’s Nicos Severis Cyprus Junior Open which is being held from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th February at Minthis Golf Club near Paphos. 
Some 54 boys and 26 girls up to 18 years old from 14 countries will compete over three rounds of 18 holes. A strong team of nine local youngsters selected from the Cyprus Golf Federation’s (CGF) Junior Order of Merit system will be flying the flag for Cyprus. 
Since its inception seven years ago, the Severis Cyprus Junior Open has gone from strength to strength. It is now a World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) event for both boys and girls attracting ever stronger fields and producing golf of the highest quality. 
Coach Karyn Dallas said "This is a warm weather training to wrap up winter work in prep for playing season starting April....see what they have taken on board and what we still need to work on....having a competition (WAGR points!!) is an added bonus"
Karyn is being assisted by Past Ayrshire Captain Liz Keohone (Loudoun Gowf)

Saturday, 1 December 2018

LIVE STREAM FROM THE SCOTTISH GOLF CONFERENCE TODAY




The meeting today was attended around 450 people of various golfing walks of life, was a largely upbeat and wide-ranging forum which promoted innovation and fresh thinking while attempting to address long-standing issues which continue to make for grim reading. 

The well-documented statistic, for instance, that only 13 per cent of Scotland’s membership is female remains a real problem  “It’s not good enough,” said McKinlay bluntly. In addition, around 83 per cent of clubs still have their main men’s competition reserved for a Saturday which alienates the working woman. “Women don’t have equal opportunities,” added Ross Duncan, Scottish Golf’s development director. “Change requires a significant shift in attitude.”

The whole LIVE STREAMING is on YOU TUBE  and conference begins at 12 minutes  - Just move the slider along to catch the different presentations;

Scottish Women players were highlighted during the conference and also the many volunteers including Mary Richardson, Yvonne Dickson  and Carol Fell - 1 hour 28.30 minutes approx

Eleanor Cannon -- 20 minutes in
Andrew McKinlay - 27. 40 minutes in
Ross Duncan 49 minutes in and introduces --
David Connor - Visit Scotland - The Solheim Cup 1 hour 33 minutes 
Club Panel introduction --  1 hour 41 minutes and interviews
Ian Forsyth - 2 hours 26 minutes
Our Offering Ian Forsyth and Paul Lawrie 2 hours 46 minutes 
OCS App presentation - 2 hours 59 minutes


Prestwick St Nicholas's Junior Member Rachael Foster was also on the club panel -- See below 


Thursday, 15 November 2018

AYRSHIRE GIRLS NEWS -- LOUISE DUNCAN AND RACHAEL FOSTER ARE BOTH OFF TO FINALS

Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) has qualified to play in the Telegraph Vitality Junior Golf Final on the 19th-24th of November being held at the PGA Catalunya Resort in Barcelona.

 Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) is off to Dubai after qualifying for the Faldo Series Grand Final on the 26th-28th of November being played at the Al Ain Equestrian, Shooting & Golf Club.

We wish them both good luck and success.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Monday, 20 August 2018

WHO WILL WIN THE 2018 GREENLEES TROPHY ?????

1st Division totals - 20th August 2018

Troon Ladies beat Loudoun Gowf today 9-0 to leap to the top of Division 1 of the 2018 Greenlees Trophy

West Kilbride, Prestwick St Nicholas, Troon, Cathkin Braes, Loudoun Gowf, and Kilmarnock Barassie all have one match each still to play.  -- This must be the tightest the divisional matches have ever been 

Remaining 1st Division Fixtures 

August 22: Cathkin Braes v West Kilbride
August 27: Pres St Nicholas v Troon
August 27:  Kilmarnock Barassie v  Loudoun Gowf

Williamwood have already won Division 2 and still have one match to play -- For the other divisional results click on the links below 

FOR ALL RESULTS -- CLICK HERE
FOR ALL THE TOTALS -- CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE PREVIOUS GREENLEES NEWS

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

RACHAEL FOSTER IS JOINT SECOND IN THE LORETTO SCOTTISH UNDER 16 GIRLS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP


By Colin Farquharson

Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) and Loretto's Eilidh Henderson kept the home flag flying in the fact of very strong Continental opposition to finish joint second and fifth respectively in the Loretto Scottish Under-16 girls open championship at Murrayfield.
Portugal's Filipa Capello (77-72) was the winner with a total of 149, one shot ahead of compatriot Leonor Medeiros (79-71) and Rachel Foster (77-73).
Eilidh Henderson had scores of 75 and 77 for 152.
Aboyne's Carmen Griffiths was the third best Scot in ninth place on 156 (80-76).

LEADING TOTALS
par 146 (2x73) SSS 72 CSS 73 72
149 F Capello (Por) 77 2
150 L Medeiros (Por) 79 71, R Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 77 73
151 G M Z Ricciardelli (Ita) 78 73
157 E Henderson (Loretto) 75 77.

OTHER SCOTS' TOTALS
156 C Griffiths (Aboyne) 80 76 (9th)
159 P Wilson (Burntisland) 79 80, E Hynd (Elmwood) 77 82 (T11)
160 M Docherty (Bishopbriggs) 80 80 (13th).
163 E Caton (St Regulus)  88 75 (T17)
169 O O'Leary (Hirsel) 87 82 (21st)
170 A Nisbet (Gullane) 82 88 (22nd)
171 A Gorka (Royal Musselburgh) 83 88 (T23)
173 L Morrison (Craigmillar Park) 90 83 (T25)
179 R Mathieson (Hazlehead) 90 89, C Wilson (St Regulus) 90 83 (T27).

English girl wins U14s' title by eight strokes

English players filled the leading places at the Loretto Scottish Under-14 girls open championship at Murrayfield, won by eight strokes by Kettering's Ashleigh Critchley with rounds of 68 and 73 for 141.
Leading Scot was Grace Crawford (Gullane) in joint seventh place on 154 with a pair of 77s.

LEADING FINAL TOTALS
Par 146 (2x73( SSS 72 CSS 73 72
141 A Critchley (Kettering) 68 73
149 R Gourley (Arcot Hall) 78 71
150 H Lockley (Isle of Wedmore) 79 71, C Noja (Sandy Lodge) 74 76.

SCOTS' TOTALS
154 G Crawford (Gullane) 77 77 (T7)
163 A Brannock (Castle Douglas) 84 79 (T16)
167 K Graham (Hamilton) 86 81 (T23)
168 R Fowlie (Edzell) 87 81, S Elliott (Nairn) 87 81 (T26)
170 S Murphy (Clydebank and Dist) 87 83 (T31)
171 R Erskine (Kilmacolm) 84 87 (T34)

RACHEL FOSTER FROM PRESTWICK ST NICHOLAS WINS THE UNDER 16 SCOTTISH NICK FALDO SERIES

In the Nick Faldo Scottish Series Championship Alison Muirhead locked in a battle with fellow Scot Megan Robb (Peterculter) in the Girls’ Under-21 category. 
Muirhead fired 73, 75 and 72 and Robb shot 71, 74 and 75. The pair fought tooth and nail down to the last hole until they were left level after three days and had to be separated on countback. The United Arab Emirates based Muirhead will draw on her previous experience of a Grand Final when she competes at Al Ain in November.
Prestwick St Nicholas’s Rachel Foster missed out on the overall title but she had no trouble in dispatching her rivals in the Under-16 division. Foster fired rounds of 71, 72 and 70 to finish level par. She will mount a significant challenge at the Grand Final if she maintains this level.
Girls’ Under-21:
220 – Alison Muirhead 73-75-72 Megan Robb 71-74-75; 
228 – Joanne Free 80-74-74
Girls’ Under-16: 
213 – Rachel Foster 71-72-70; 
230 – Porscha Wilson 78-77-75
To read more go to the 
NICK FALDO SERIES WEBSITE

Monday, 6 August 2018

RACHAEL FOSTER WINS THE 2018 ST ANDREWS UNI'S SCHOOLGIRLS TITLE


Prestwick St Nicholas  player Rachael Foster has won the 2018  St Andrews University schoolgirls' golf championship on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th August 

She won the St Andrews event over the Strathtyrum, Eden and Jubilee courses with a total of  214 by ten shots from Evanna Hynd (Elmwood).

Rachael added this win to her Scottish Junior Tour Event title last month at KingsAcre

LEADING SCORES
214  Rachael Foster 67, 68, 78
224 Evanna Hynd (Elmwood) 71, 72, 81
228  Porscha Wilson  83 71 79, Ashley Megan (Strathmore) 64, 77, 87 
229 Ellen Caton (St Regulus) 70, 76, 83
229 Claire McLaughlin (West Kilbride) 68, 81, 82


+Played over the Strathtyrum, Eden and Jubilee Courses at St Andrews.


CLICK HERE FOR ALL SCORES

Monday, 23 July 2018

RACHAEL FOSTER WINS THE JUNIOR TOUR EVENT OVER KINGSACRE

The Scottish Golf Junior Tour Event supported by Area and County was held  over the 21st and 22nd July over KingsAcre —— 
 Rachel Foster (Prestwick St. Nicholas) had two sub par rounds to win by 5 shots from Lorna McClymont (Milngavie).   

Kings Acre SSS: 72,
CSS: Round 1 = 72, Round 2 = 72

LEADERBOARD:
139 Rachael Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 71, 68
144 Lorna McClymont (Milngavie) 72, 72
147 Evanna Hynd (Elmwood Golf Society) 74, 73
148 Romy Erskine (Kilmacolm) 75. 73
150 Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) 71, 79

To see all the scores Click Here

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

FOLLOW THE GIRLS MATCHPLAY STAGES


The 1st Round of the Matchplay stages of the girls under 18’s Scottish Championship is taking place at Moray Golf Course this morning

Follow the Results by clicking the following link —- THE UNDER 18’s MATCHPLAY RESULTS

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

HANNAH DARLING LEADS THE QUALIFIERS IN THE UNDER 18 GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP


Hannah Darling (Broomieknowe), - pictured left, the youngest ever U18 girls champion at the age of 13 12 months ago, looks unstoppable in her bid for a repeat. 

She headed the 16 girl qualifiers for the match-play stages by six strokes with an impressive nine-under-par total of 137 over  the new and old course Moray

There were two players, Rachel Mathieson (Hazlehead) and Sarah Westwood (Elgin), on the 162 mark, tied for the final match-play berth. 

It went to Rachel on a card countback so it is she who will face Darling in the first round of the girls' match-play.

+Leading 16 girls after 36 holes qualify for match-play stages.

Par 146 (75 + 71)
137 H Darling (Broomieknowe) 67 70
143 R Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 78 65
147 K Brodie (Strathmore) 75 72, P Wilson (Burntisland) 74 73.
148 L McClymont (Milngavie) 72 76, C Neilson (Ger) 77 71
150 C Griffiths (Aboyne) 80 70, L Duncan (West Kilbride) 74 76
152 J Rankine (Haggs Castle) 78 74.
160 E Henderson (Loretto School) 83 77, G Crawford (Gullane) 76 84, T White (Cathkin Braes) 77 83
161 J Taylor (Downfield) 81 80, E Caton (St Regulus) 81 80, C Irvine (Craigielaw) 79 82.
162 R Mathieson (Hazlehead) 83 79.

Link to Xact Scottish boys and girls U18 championships Day 2 at Lossiemouth

Friday, 29 June 2018

ELAINE MOFFAT WINS THE 2018 SCOTTISH SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIP

Elaine Moffat -- Courtesy of Scottish Golf
Former Scottish women's amateur golf champion Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) beat Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) by two holes in the final of the Scottish senior women's open amateur championship at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club today (Friday). 

Moffat was two up after seven holes but Wood fought back to be one up after 12 holes. Moffat got on terms again by winning the 13th and was two up after 15. 

The handicap championship was won by Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) who beat Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) 4 and 2 in the final. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS 
Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) bt Susan Penman (Gullane) at 19th. 
Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) bt Maureen Richmond (Royal Liverpool) 3 and 2.

FINAL  -  CLICK HERE
Elaine Moffat beat Sheena Wood 2 holes

HANDICAP SEMI-FINALS 
Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) bt Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) 6 and 5. 
Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) bt Joanne Sharp (Kilmarnock Barassie) 2 and 1.

FINAL: CLICK HERE
Isla McCrone bt Karen Ballantyne 4 and 2

Thursday, 28 June 2018

RESULTS AND LIVE SCORING FROM THE SCOTTISH SENIORS MATCHPLAY



FIRST ROUND
F De Vries (St Rule) bt 
A Glennie (Kilmarnock Barassie) 4 and 3.
S Penman (Gullane) bt E Stewart (Greenburn) at 19th.
A Ryan (Tain) bt L Allan (Glenbervie) 1 hole.
S Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) bt A Baker (Crail GS) 3 and 2.
E Moffat (St Regulus) bt G Kyle (East Renfrewshire) 4 and 3
S Bland (S Africa) bt K Sutherland (Royal Montrose) 8 and 7.
M Richmond (Royal Liverpool) bt L Keohone (Loudoun Gowf) 1 hole
F Millar (Carnoustie Caledonia) bt D Jackson (Troon Ladies) 5 and 4.


QUARTER FINALS
Sue Penman (Gullane) bt Fiona De Vries (St Rule) 2 Holes
Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) bt Anne Ryan (Tain) 4 and 3
Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) bt Sonya Bland (S Africa) 5 and 4
Mo Richmond (Royal Liverpool) bt Frances Millar (Carnoustie Caledonia) 4 and 3


 LIVE SCOTTISH SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER FINAL MATCHPLAY

HANDICAP FIRST ROUND

Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) bt Linda Grieve (Brancepath Castle) at the 19th
Susan Rennie (Longniddry) bt Jackie Brown (Monifieth) 1 hole
Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) bt Ros Purdom (Prestwick St Nicholas ) 3 and 2
May Hughes (Lanark) bt Mary Smith (Tain) 5 and 4
Lynne Terrey (Cruden Bay) bt Sal Shepherd (Craigmillar Park) 5and 3
Joanne Sharp (Kilmarnock Barassie) bt Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine) 3 and 1
Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) bt Lesley Johnston (Gullane) 4 and 2
Frances McFadzean (Craigmillar Park) bt  Jennifer Bryans (Harburn) 2 and 1

QUARTER FINALS HANDICAP
Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) bt Susan Rennie (Longniddry) 3 and 1
Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) W/O May Hughes (Lanark) - injured
Joanne Sharp (Kilmarnock Barassie) bt Lynne Terrey (Cruden Bay) at the 19th
Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) bt Frances McFadzean (Craigmillar Park) 7 and 5