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There was the closest possible result in the 9-10 Division, as three boys all tied at the top for the trophy positions.
Nathan Nolan, Dominic McKenna and Jenson RInger all fired rounds of 40, so required the countback method to decide the order of the trophy presentation.
Nathan got the decision having had the lowest final 6 holes, to claim his first win of the 2022 season, with Dominic taking second place and the runner-up trophy, meaning that Jenson settled for third place, but his run of incredibly consistent scoring continued.
Harry Odell has been improving his results rapidly this season and is obviously feeling more and more comfortable at the head of the field, as he claimed the win here after a fabulous round of 38 to take a 4-shot victory.
Brody MacIver (42) chased him home in second for another podium finish, as he looks to hold off the charge from Harry for second place on the overall Order of Merit table. The third and final trophy went to Michael Egan, who finished just a single shot further back to add another trophy to the collection.
Hajira Marfleet added another trophy to her cabinet by claiming the girls’ title, making sure her younger brother didn’t have all the bragging rights.
The 6&Under Division is seeing a real variety of winners this season, as all the players push each other to better and better scores, but the friendships and encouragement that they give each other is wonderful to see.
Harry Edginton topped the results table here with a fine round of 39, including a couple of birdies, to take home a very nice trophy and move into the Top 3 on the OOM table. Hamza Marfleet, who is playing some lovely golf this season, claimed another trophy by finishing just one shot behind Harry in second place, while Raef Diwan claimed third place and another nice trophy in his first season on the BJGT.
The Boys 9-12 Junior Open has real quality in depth, so each winner knows that they really need their A-Game in order to claim a win.
Kodi Dean certainly brought his best to the Wokefield Estate, as he fired a brilliant 74 (+1) to take to top spot and maintain his second place in the current Order of Merit standings.
Rhys Hughes continued his fine week with a runner-up trophy to back up his Harleyford victory the day before, finishing with a round of 79, while Roman Kulyk claimed third place and the final podium place on his second start this season.
Roman finished two places higher in the Net Division to top the results table with a fine 62, adding a second trophy to his daily haul.
Kodi’s fine effort was rewarded with second place in the Net table, as he also took home a seance trophy on the day, while Charlie Hodgson claimed his first trophy on the BJGT by securing third place with a very nice round of 66.
Ellie Lichtenhein secured another victory here, as her consistent BJGT form continues this season, with an excellent round of 74 good enough for a comfortable 10-shot winning margin over Sapphire Boyce (84), who took second place and the runner-up trophy.
Amelie Jones took the honours in the Girls Net Division, as she signed for a nice round of 70 to finish two shots ahead of Eve Clunis-Wheway, who takes another lovely trophy back to Wales, while climbing into the Top 5 of the Order of Merit table.
The Boys Junior Open Gross Division saw Martin Hempston claim his first BJGT victory on only his second start with a very impressive 74 to head the field by four shots.
Ethan Roos (78) continued his solid week by taking second place to bag another trophy finish, while James Pett (79) also put in another solid performance finishing just a single shot further back in third place.
Martin promptly made it a daily double, as he also took top spot in the Net Division with his resulting score of 70 good enough for a 2-shot victory – it’s always an impressive feat when a player wins both categories.
A pair of 72s behind Martin from Bailey Hall and James Pett meant that another countback decision was required – this gave Bailey the runner-up trophy based on his better back 9 and James third place, but this still moved James to the top of the overall Order of Merit standings.
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