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The Boys Junior Open Gross Division was topped by Jules Hardy, Jules shot an impressive round of 74 to claim the BJGT title and the official Royston Junior Open trophy, adding his name to the list of previous winners that include Sir Nick Faldo.
The margin was 3-shots back to James Pett in second, whose 77 was enough to give him the runner up trophy, while Jaden Hanson finished a further 2-shots behind in third.
The Boys Junior Open Net Division saw the top 2 from the Gross Division reverse places as James took the honours, with his resulting 71 giving him a single shot victory over Jules to gain a little revenge, while Daniel Hobbs finished another shot back in third place, taking home the final trophy on offer.
The Girls Junior Open Gross Division was claimed by Maisie Whittall, after her round of 81 gave her a 3-shot cushion over Georgia Cater in second, and the Order of Merit points leaving her just 12 points adrift, with Major points still to come ahead of the Tour Championship.
Abigail Tang won the Girls Net Division title with a fine round of 71. She finished 4 shots ahead of Georgia, who claimed her second runner-up trophy of the day.
The Boys 9-12 Junior Open Gross Division was a very close affair, which was always likely, as single shots separated the top 3 places. Tristan Evans handled the hills best of all, as he fired an excellent round of 77, to take the win ahead of Charlie Langdon in second after his 78.  Ellis Kerr completed the podium with his 79.
The Net Division was lead by Tanus Van Molendorf and Tristan Evans who both had excellent final totals of 69, but the countback gave Tanus the decision based on the back 9, giving him the winners trophy and Tristan the silver.  Rhys Hughes completing the top 3 just 2-shots behind after a 71.
The 6&under Division was headed by Oscar Ross with a round of 43, as he continued his recent run of good form.  Hamza Marfleet grabbed second place as he makes a late run for the Order of Merit title, he finished 1-shot back but 1-shot in front of Ryino Salisbury, who took the final trophy place after his round of 45.
The 7-8 Division saw Marcus Karim continue his outstanding season with a round of 40 to take home another winners trophy.  Brody MacIver secured second place with a round of 42 and Zachary Blayney third, after a 45, as the Top 3 mirrored the Top 3 on the Order of Merit.
Florrie Collins got the better of Hajira Marfleet on countback in the Girls Division, as they fired matching 57’s, but 2 birdies in the final 4 holes gave Florrie the winners trophy.
Matthew Russel claimed his first win of the season with a 1-stroke victory in the 9-10 Division, his round of 46 meant Dylan Barney had to settle for second place, as his 47 gave him the silver trophy, while Albert Lees completed the Top 3 with a round of 50.
The BJGT now heads to The Springs Golf Club for The Players Championship, the final Major of the season, and those bonus Order of Merit points could really make a difference!
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