Wednesday, July 30, 2003: JENNA WILSON WINS PLAY-OFF FOR BP UNDER 21 GIRLS TITLE AT KILMACOLM AND KATE
O'SULLIVAN PLAYS TO SCRATCH TO BE IN THE TOP TEN
Jenna Wilson, 19-year-old Strathaven player, birdied the first extra hole
of a play-off against Heather MacRae (Dunblane New) to win the BP Scottish
Under-21 girls' open stroke-play golf championship at Kilmacolm today
Defending champion Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) claimed a new women's course
record with a closing round of four-under-par 68. That lifted her up into
third place on 218, one shot off the pace.
O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) had a very good tournament, playing to
scratch in the last round to be tied in 6th place on 225.
Megan Briggs (Ranfurly Castle) was the
next Renfrewshire Junior to perform well in the championship with a creditable
gross score of 244 - playing to 2 under her handicap in the 2nd round.
BP SCOTTISH UNDER-21 GIRLS' OPEN STROKE-PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
FINAL TOTALS (CSS 72 72 72)
217 Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) 71 73 73, Heather MacRae (Dunblane New) 73 71
73 (Wilson won play-off at first extra hole).
218 Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) 78 72 68.
219 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) 74 71 74.
224 Pamela Feggans (Doon Valley) 76 72 76.
225 Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) 77 76 72, Gemma Webster
(Hilton Park) 80 71 74.
226 Laura Wells (Dumfries & Co) 82 73 71.
227 Laura Walker (Nairn Dunbar) 74 80 73, Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) 76 75 76.
OTHER RENFREWSHIRE GIRLS
244 Megan Briggs (Ranfurly Castle) 82 80 82.
266 Dawn Bell (Whitecraigs) 84 90 92.
291 Linzi Graham (Ralston) 98 104 89.
308 Lauren Mackin (Ranfurly Castle) 105 100 103.
Tuesday 29th July 2003: KATE O'SULLIVAN STARTS WELL AT KILMACOLM IN THE BP SCOTTISH
UNDER 21 GIRLS
Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) did well in the opening day of the BP
Scottish Under-21 girls' open stroke-play golf championship at Kilmacolm
Alison Mitchell (Ranfurly Castle) however, was not so lucky when she
slipped down a bank at the fifth hole in the morning round and fell heavily on
her left ankle. X-Rays revealed no broken bones but damaged tissues will keep
her off any golf course until they heal.
SECOND ROUND TOTALS (CSS 72 72)
144 Heather MacRae (Dunblane New) 73 71, Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) 71 73.
145 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) 74 71.
146 Lesley Hendry (Routenburn) 75 71.
148 Pamela Feggans (Doon Valley) 76 72.
150 Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) 78 72.
151 Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) 76 75, Gemma Webster (Hilton Park) 80 71.
152 Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) 73 79, Louise Fleming (The Roxburghe) 75
153 Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) 77 76.
Other Renfrewshire Under 21's:
162 Megan Briggs (Ranfurly Castle) 82 80.
171 G Mullen (Paisley) 86 85.
173 Dawn Bell (Whitecraigs) 84 90.
202 Linzi Graham (Ralston) 98 104.
205 Lauren Mackin (Ranfurly Castle) 105 100.
Sunday 27th July 2003:Jennifer Jenkins
(Ralston) is in the top 20 in the Mackie Bowl at Gullane.
For a full Mackie Rosebowl Report go to
Laura Wells (Dumfries and County) won the Mackie Bowl today over Gullane No 1.
Her four under par 144 total was matched by Lindsey Anderson (Gullane Ladies')
but Laura's second round of 71 gave her the trophy. .
Top 20 scores
144 Laura Wells (Dumfries and County) 73 71
144 Lindsey Anderson (Gullane Ladies) 72 72
145 Martine Pow (Selkirk) 72 73
147 Claire Hargan (Prestonfield) 73 74
148 Dawn Dewar (Monifieth) 71 77
149 Elizabeth McKinnon (Nairn) 74 75
149 Cara Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 74 75
150 Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) 73 77
150 Pamela Feggans (Doon Valley) 73 77
152 Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) 78 74
152 Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) 75, 77
152 Claire Macdonald (Gullane Ladies) 74 78
153 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) 78 75
154 Katrina Milne (Dunfermline) 70 84
156 Ruth Rankin (Lanark) 78 78
158 Fiona Gilbert (Carnoustie Ladies') 80 78
160 Jennifer Jenkins (Ralston and RLCGA) 82 78
160 Gemma Webster (Hilton Park) 78 82
161 Lesley Hendry (Largs Routenburn) 79 82
163 Kirsty Wells ( Dumfries and County) 85 78
Friday 25th July 2003: DAWN BELL (WHITECRAIGS) WINS THE 16- 17 YEARS GROUP OF THE
JANICE MOODIE TROPHY
Home course player Karen Boyle won the main handicap trophy at the Janice
Moodie Open tournament for girls at Windyhill Golf Club today.
Karen had a net score of 56 off a handicap of 40.
The scratch award went to Scottish schoolgirls champion Kylie Walker (Buchanan
Castle) with a 74.
SCRATCH _ Kylie Walker (Buchanan Castle) 74.
Janice Moodie Trophy _ Karen Boyle (Windyhill) (40) 56.
10 to 14 Years _ Vicki Smith (Bentinck) (26) 66.
15 to 17 Years _ Dawn Bell (Whitecraigs) (13) 67.
18 to 21 Years _ Elaine Massie (Windyhill) (17) 68.
Saturday 19th July 2003:
Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle and RLCGA) is selected for
the Scottish team of eight for the girls' home internationals at Pyle & Kenfig
Golf Club, South Wales from August 12 to 14.
The team will be spearheaded by the current holder of both
Scotland's Under 21 and Under 18 girls championship - Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan).
The team, captained by Lindsey Anderson, is:
KELLY BROTHERTON (Tulliallan).
KRYSTLE CAITHNESS (St Regulus).
DAWN DEWAR (Monifieth).
LOUISE FLEMING (The Roxburghe).
ROSEANNE NIVEN (Crieff).
KATE O'SULLIVAN (Cochrane Castle).
GEMMA WEBSTER (Hilton Park).
SJAVON WILSON (Murcar).
Friday 18th July 2003:
Girls' (Close) Championship
Kelly Brotherton, the leading qualifier by 11 strokes at the start of this
week's BP Scottish girls golf championship at Newmachar, ended it by winning
the title today with a 3 and 2 win over Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) who had
beaten Kate O' Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) in the semi finals
Thursday 17th July 2003:Kate O'Sullivan knocked out in the Semi Finals of the Scottish
Quarter-finals Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) beat Gemma Webster (Hilton Park)
3 and 1. Sjavon Wilson (Murcar) beat Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane New) 7 and 5.
Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) beat Emma Fairnie (Minto) at 19th. Krystle
Caithness (St Regulus) beat Laura Murray (Alford) 2 and 1.
Semi-finals Brotherton beat Wilson 3 and 2. Caithness beat O'Sullivan 2 and 1.
Kate, a member of last year's Scottish girls team matched
Krystle's steady play and was 1 up after 12 holes.. Krystle squared the match
at the 13th, halved the next and then went one up with a par 3 at the 15th.
She was then bunkered in two at the long 16th but came out of the sand
splendidly and holed a 5ft putt for a birdie 4 to go two up. Krystle then
birdied the long 17th to clinch her place in the final.
However, many congratulations to Kate on an outstanding
performance and we look forward to her progress as one of the future
Renfrewshire County Team Players
Wednesday 16th July 2003:
Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) reached the last 8 in the BP
Scottish Girls Championships played over Newmachar today.. She won 5&4
against J Turner (Glencourse) this morning and then beat D Neilson (Hilton
Park) 6&5 in the afternoon. Megan Briggs won in the 1st round against K Wells
(Dumfries & Co) at the 19th. However, she was unable to progress to the
quarter final stages when she was beaten 4&3 by L Murray (Alford)
Tuesday 15th July 2003: BP Scottish Girls Championship
In parched, fast running conditions at Newmarcher Megan Briggs
(Ranfurly Castle) and Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) played exceedingly
well to be the 11th and 12th qualifiers out of the top 32 for the matchplay
stages which begin tomorrow.
Monday 14th July 2003:
County Rosebowl 1st Round ties have all now been played. The
semi finalists are Fiona Roger (Ranfurly Castle), Moira Hogg (Old Ranfurly)
Merope Dunlop (Old Ranfurly) and Susan Young (Fereneze).
Wednesday 9th July 2003:
RENFREWSHIRE JUNIOR SUCCESS AND
SOME STARS FOR THE FUTURE
Ranfurly Castle cleaned up in the 2003 Scottish Girls Under 14 Championship
held at Helensburgh today. 38 handicap Lauren Mackin won the tournament with
47 stableford points and her club-mate Megan Briggs (13 Handicap) was not far
behind on 44 points. No doubt their handicaps will come tumbling down !
Carly Booth (Comrie) Britain's youngest club champion won the
under 12 section with 36 points with E Briggs from Ranfurly Castle being 3rd
with 34 points
Thursday 3rd July 2003:
Carol Whyte and Maureen Skinner were the star performers at
the July County Medal played over Gourock today. Carol was the overall winner
with a scratch 76 net 71 and Maureen had a 78 net 73. Both were excellent
scores and with the SSS 73 going up to a CSS 75 they have both reduced their
Handicaps to 4.6 and 4.8 respectively.
On asking Carol
her golf has been going, she said that she has reduced her handicap from 5.8
to 4.6 since the beginning of June and this has been due to the help of Karyn