Will sparkles in Junior Open

Norfolk youngsters, led by Will Cross of Dereham, were prominent among the prize winners at Bungay and Waveney Valley's junior open.

Despite the windy conditions scoring was good and Cross won the Geoffrey Watts Trophy for the best boys' scratch score with a round of 74. Emma Dann of The Norfolk won her section in the handicap competition.

The event attracted players from 20 local clubs and, thanks to the support of local sponsors, they benefited from a superb prize table.

• Results

Girls' Scratch: Lottie Whyman (7) (Purdis Heath) 78; Amelia Williamsom (21) (Royal Cromer) 89.


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Handicap: Emma Dann (16) (The Norfolk) 66; Eleanor Brown (21) (Barnham Broom) 75.

Boys' Scratch: Will Cross (5) (Dereham) 74; Adam Wright (8) (Diss) 74ocb; Calvin Sherwood (3) (Rookery Park) 76; Tom Clements (0) (Eaton) 77.

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Handicap 0-14: Sam Byford (14) (Fynn Valley) 64; Ollie Earl (12) (B&WVGC) 65; Charlie Walshe (9) (Barnham Broom) 68.

Handicap: 15-28: Kyle Betts (26) (B&WVGC) 62; Jamie Bool (16) (Caldecott Hall) 66, James Greatbanks (23) (Barnham Broom) 69ocb.

Nearest Pin 0-14 H'cap: Calvin Sherwood. Nearest Pin 15-36 H'cap: Tara Davis (Barnham Broom).

Schwer Team Trophy: 1. Purdis Heath, 2 (Tied) Barnham Broom & Bungay.

Best Bungay Player Trophy: Robert Read.

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