The Net Division proved a good one to win, as the conditions meant playing to handicaps was extremely difficult, so Samuel Cox’s round of 70 was very impressive to take the top spot, ahead of Tilly O’Leary who showed that the girls were also up to the task two shots behind in second, edging in front of Oliver Brightman in third by virtue of another countback.
The Top 2 in the Girls Gross section were separated by a single shot, with Zoe Mclean-Tattan coming out in front of Tilly O’Leary after rounds of 92 and 93, respectively.
The Boys Gross division saw Freddy Dortmans claim the first top points of the season with a round of 80, just a single shot ahead of three players on 81, with the countback putting Henry Brogan in second, Micah Blowers in third, and Theo Morris fourth, meaning every division had everything to play for on Day 2.
The Net Division on Day 2 was again headed by Samuel Cox after a second consistent round, this time of 73, but only after a countback, meaning that he deservedly took the overall title with a total of 143, ahead of Oliver Brightman who claimed both second on the day and overall by two shots, with Gavin Ingram coming home in third on the day and over all after rounds of 77 and 74.
The Girls Gross Division was dominated by Zoe McLean-Tattan, as she took the second day winner's medal, although only after a countback after matching Maisie O’Shea’s 90, and with it the Winter Cup title, with Maisie overtaking Tilly to claim second overall.
The Boys Gross section was incredibly close, as Henry made it two wins over the two days, but again only after a countback, as he and Gavin Ingram fired matching 79s in the difficult conditions. This also moved them into the Top 2 positions overall, as Henry (81, 79) took the title by a single shot from Gavin (82, 79), with Freddie Dortmans taking third, as his second round of 83 dropped him below Henry and Gavin.