Junior News 2006
2006 County Rosebowl
2006 Draw sheets
2006 Greenlees Results
2006 Golf Tips
Sunday 30th July 2006: Read about our Junior Success and keep up to
date with the Curtis Cup News
||Eilidh Briggs (Kilmalcolm) had the
best three-round gross total by an Under-14 year old in the SCOTTISH
UNDER-21 GIRLS' OPEN STROKE-PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP at
Stirling Golf Club.
Read all about it in the
Junior News Section
The Curtis Cup is in progress. Keep up to date with all the news
by clicking on the logo on the LHS
Thursday 27th July 2006:Gillian McGinlay goes thro' to the semi finals
of the County Rosebowl
|County player Gillian McGinlay today won the
first round of the County Rosebowl at Cochrane Castle in a very exciting
match against Janette McCartney from
Erskine. The very close game finished all square on the 18th.
So the girls had to head for the 19th hole in the searing heat wondering
whether their batteries would last! Both had pars at the 19th and both
lipped out for par at the 20th. The 21st was halved in birdies and
Gillian finally managed to win at the 4th extra hole in style with
another birdie to Janette's par.
Castle was in great shape
considering the weather.
Good luck to Gillian in her next round. -------
Thanks Janette for this report
Gillian now meets Anita McMillan ( Erskine) and Carol
Fell (Ranfurly Castle) plays Valerie McKinnon (Old Ranfurly)
in the other Semi Final
See all the results at 2006
County Rosebowl Results
Friday 21st July 2006: Megan selected for Girls Home International Matches
|RLCGA County Champion Megan Briggs [Kilmacolm]
has received her second Scottish cap after being selected for the
Scottish Girls Team for the Home Internationals to be played
at Port Stewart, Northern Ireland
from 9 to 11 August 2006.The team is captained by RLCGA's Jennifer
Teams Announced 21st July 2006 Girls Home
Port Stewart 9th – 11th
Wednesday 19th July 2006: The Draw for the August Medal at Kilmacolm has
Tuesday 18th July 2006: Scottish Under-18 girls championship at Peebles
Golf Club - The Brigg Sisters do well as does Lauren Mackin
|Leading Scores at Peebles :
143 K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 69 74.
144 M Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 71 73, J Turner (Mortonhall) 67 77.
145 K Caithness (St Regulus) 74 71.
146 E Lowrey-Golld (Eaton) 75 71, M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 73 73, R
Niven (Crieff) 73 73.
147 R Livingstone (Musselburgh Old) 79 68, L Murray (Alford) 74 73.
148 P Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) 76 72.
150 K McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) 82 68.
151 E Fairnie (Dunbar) 74 77.
152 L Mackin (Son Muntaner and Ranfurly Castle) 78 74.
153 G Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) 78 75.
155 E Briggs (Kilmacolm) 77 78.
166 the last place for the matchplay draw:
Top half: MacDonald v V Smith,
Johnstone v Harvey, Murray v A Smith, Simpson v Livingstone, Lowrey-Gold
v McIntyre, S Vass v Fairnie, Mackin v Wilson, Linklater v
Lower half: Turner v Sneddon, Graham
v Monteith, McNicoll v Muirhead, Leslie v Megan Briggs, R Niven v
Easton, Blair v Prestwell, E Briggs v Ingram, A Given v Thomson.
Friday 14th July 2006:Lochwinnoch Golf Club Ladies Open Day Saturday
29th July --- Why not Enter
If your golfing diary's clear on Saturday
29th July, join the rest of Renfrewshire's golfers at
Lochwinnoch to play for The Glenhead Trophy. You're
guaranteed a warm welcome at Lochwinnoch's annual ladies' open
competition, this year a singles round, Stableford format with no
restrictions on handicap.
A new feature of the competition this year is the team prize,
for teams of six or more. To qualify, your team members needn't be
from the same club nor even playing at the same time; just submit the
names in advance of the open day. The best five scores will count and
of course individual scores will still qualify for the singles prizes
up for grabs.
Thursday 13th July 2006: RLCGA's Rosemary Reedie's husband is knighted
Craig Reedie, the former chairman of the British Olympic
Association, was knighted yesterday at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
Sir Craig, from Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire,
was appointed Knight Batchelor in recognition of his role in
helping secure the 2012 Olympics for London. It was an upgrade
from his CBE for services to sport.
He had met the Queen several times during his
13 years as BOA chairman, including when she entertained the
International Olympic Committee at the palace but yesterday's mode of
dress was remarked on by her. "She has hosted a number of events here,"
explained the kilted Reedie. "She said: 'I didn't recognise you dressed
He was an unsung hero of London's bid, from the
BOA's launch in 1997 through to his delivery, in French, as part of the
presentation team which secured the vote over Paris last year. He
regards the honour as one for the whole BOA staff: "Everyone worked very
hard," he said.
He added that London's preparations were going
extremely well and said: "If we can do as well as Sydney or Athens, I'd
be happy. I think we can put on a marvellous event."
Thanks to the Glasgow Herald for the report
Wednesday 12th July 2006: Scotland do not do well at the Junior Ladies
|Scotland, with a strong team on paper, failed to
play to their potential and missed out on qualifying for one of the top
eight places in the championship match-play flight of the European
junior women’s team golf championship at Pan Golf Club, Netherlands
742 England, Sweden.
744 France, Netherlands.
148 G Webster 69 79.
154 K Walker 81 73.
158 M Thomson 75 83.
159 L Fleming 79 80.
165 L Murray 79 86.
179 C-M Carlton 88 91.
Monday 11th July : Clare - Marie off to the Netherlands for
the European Junior Ladies Team Championship
Scottish Junior Ladies Team leave for the
(picture taken by Margaret Rodgers)
Jennifer Jenkins (RLCGA) pictured on the right
is the Team Manager
We wish them well
Saturday 8th July 2007: Janice Moodie Trophy 2006.
|Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) won this years
Janice Moodie Trophy at Windyhill Golf Club
Eilidh had a gross 78 net 69 to lift the Trophy. Not to be out done,
big sister Megan won the scratch prize with a gross 73
News for Renfrewshire ----- STARS FOR THE FUTURE
Monday 3rd July 2006: Lorraine Morrow is the winner of the July Medal
|Lorraine Morrow (Erskine)
carded an excellent net 71 off a handicap of 9 to win the
County Medal played today at Paisley.
Claire-Marie Carlton, Fereneze, won the scratch
prize with a gross 75. Claire-Marie was part of the victorious
Renfrewshire County team who won the West County Jamboree at East
Renfrewshire last week.
Anne Terry, Greenock, won the handicap section
13-28 with a net 74.
The CSS for today's competition was 74
For all the results go to the How
Did I Do Website and also see the
winners of each division at Winners at
to give to yur Handicap Secretary (open up and print out your appropriate page)
Sunday 2nd July 2006: Bridge Evening to put in your diary to help
raise funds for the County Finals
We are going to hold an evening bridge drive
on Tuesday 5th September at Eastwood
Golf Club to raise funds for the County Finals
Hirsel Golf Club, Coldstream from September 22 to 24.
Book a table with Beth or Christeen. by
giving them a phone call
Saturday 1st July 2006: Congratulation Cards for the County Team
and please read the Guest Book