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The perfect summer’s day at the Canons Brook Classic, but it’s always good to come back to this Sir Henry Cotton designed course, no matter the weather!

We always get a very warm welcome and plenty of assistance from the club, with special mention to Junior Organiser, Ross Garrard, who always goes above and beyond to help organise the event.
With the BJGT taking over the club for the day, it meant that we could get a fantastic field of 113 players out to experience this wonderful course.

13-14 Category

The 13-14 Boys Division lead the way with the early start times from 8.30 am, but it was William Muldoon from the final group who took the honours with a superb round of 74 to give himself a single shot victory over playing partner, Edward Mason, in second. William Wright came home in third after his round of 79.
A special mention also has to go to Oliver Baker who had an ACE on the 15th hole, making it our third hole-in-one in four events – quite incredible!!

11-12 Category

The 11-12 Boys Division saw a superb 78 from Rhys Hatcher on his Tour debut to start with a very impressive win. Behind him it was a very close finish, as a 3-way tie on 83 required a countback to sort the trophy places: Alexander Mills came out on top to take the runner-up trophy and Aydin Malik took third by virtue of a better last six holes, while Ali-Asgher Haji was the unlucky player to miss out on a podium finish.

Junior Open Category

The Girls Junior Open Division saw two girls dominate and double up on the top places once again, as Renoa Azmir claimed both runner-up trophies with a round of 83 gross and 73 net, but it was Chrisha Thapa who made it a daily double of victories by two shots in both categories after her round of 81 left a net 71.


The Boys Junior Open Gross Division saw a fantastic round of 73 from Micah Blowers to deservedly not only take the BJGT winner’s glassware, but also the fabulous Sir Henry Cotton Trophy, which is awarded to the club Junior Open Champion. Micah finished three shots ahead of a 3-way tie in second, as Lucas Dennison, Theo Baker and Matthew Sandy all signed for 76s, with Lucas taking second place and Theo third.
The Net Division was topped by Sayan Jetha, who had quite a wait to see if the 72 he posted would be good enough; it turned out to be one shot good enough, as Matthew Sandy finished with a 73 to take second and Micah Blowers added a third place trophy to his Gross haul.

6 & Under Category

The 6 & Under Division saw two girls compete for their own trophy at this event, which was great to see as we always look to encourage girls into the sport. Lilly Pielesz (52) claimed the win on her home track and a beautiful piece of glassware, as she finished ahead of Florrie Collins (66). Lilly would have finished third overall had the division been combined, so a fantastic effort from her!
The Boys section was headed by Brody MacIver, the stand-out player of the season so far in this age group, as he posted a total of 43 to finish seven shots ahead of Zachary Blayney in second.

7-8 Category

We were also able to separate the 7-8 Girls, as four young ladies competed in this age group which saw Maybel Brooks continue her good form to take the winner’s trophy with am impressive score of 45.
The 7-8 Boys Division saw Mihir Pasura edge out Ruaan Vamadevan by way of a countback to claim an impressive victory and maximum Order of Merit points, and climb to the top of the OOM table, as they produced matching 38s, while Freddie Buck finished just a single shot behind in what was a very impressive group.

9-10 Category

The 9-10 Girls Division had four players, so a lovely turnout for the girls in the younger age groups! Abigail Tang took the honours for her first win, with a round of 64.
The Boys 9-10 Division saw a quality field take to the fairways, so a close finish was always likely. However, Brendan Riff and Fraser Mackenzie couldn’t even be separated by a countback, therefore a playoff was required, with Brendan prevailing at the second extra hole, meaning that Fraser had to settle for second, while OOM leader, AJ Van Emmenis, came home in third just a single shot further back.
The BJGT heads straight to Old Fold Manor for the British JGT Masters tomorrow, for the second Major of the season, in what is a very busy period of events.
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