The 9-10 Division saw Billy Parrish lead the field home, with his brilliant round of 38 good enough to secure the win and a 6-shot victory over Oliver Smith and Aditya Sawhney (44) who finished in a tie behind him.
The countback decided that Oliver should take home the silver trophy based on his final 6 holes, while Aditya settled for third place, as the first group onto the course filled the podium.
The Girls Division saw Lauren Cowley win again on the BJGT, with her round of 54 good enough for a 6-shot victory.
Kodi Dean and Tristan Evans lead the way in the the Boys 9-12 Junior Open Gross Division after they fired matching rounds of 77: Kodi’s better final 6 holes gave him the maximum points, which all but secured him second place on the Order of Merit. But can he catch the leader?
Rhys Hughes continued his good form this season in taking the final trophy place with a round of 80.
Harry Norris chalked up his first victory of the 2022 season by firing a superb 67 to head the field in the Net Division. Kavin Yogalingam pushed Harry all the way by carding a round of 68 to finish just a single shot off the pace in second, while Alex Moloney started his BJGT season with a trophy by edging a countback decision over Tristan for third place after matching rounds of 69.
The Girls Junior Open Gross Division was topped by Tilly O’leary, as her 83 gave her a 2-shot winning margin over Amelia McGinty.
Amelia (70) went one place better in the Net Division by taking the honours, and maximum Order of Merit points, as she has her eyes on the Tour Champion title. Jess Stofberg took second place with her round of 74.
The Boys Junior Open Gross Division saw a first time winner in Harry Hall, as he fired a round of 76 to take the gold trophy home on his first attempt. Henry Bale, on his first start after the IMGA Junior World Championships, took second place with a round of 78, while Martin Hempston completed the Top 3 after his round of 80.
In the Net Division 71 was the number, with the Top 3 all ending the day on this total: Alfred Keech, Alexander Mills and Sam Wallace were the players who could not be separated on the course.