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Gemma does it again

HOMESTER Gemma Clews battled through a real mixed bag of weather to retain the prestigious 36-hole Comboy Scratch Trophy at Delamere Forest for a third successive year.

The Cheshire star pipped fellow England international Hollie Muse, from West Lancs in a terrific contest.

At one stage the greens were covered with a layer of snow and the play was suspended due to a thunderstorm. But thanks to great organisation, all 36 holes were completed.

Wolstanton’s Bronwyn Davies led after the first round with a neat 71 with Clews and Muse a couple of shots adrift. The chasing duo put together a front nine birdie fest in round two as Clews moved to five under after 10 holes. Muse came right back at her but the Delamere member showed her international class to finish on two-under-par with Muse three back on one over.

In third place, three shots behind Muse, was Ebonie Lewis (Knowle) followed by Georgia Price (Bude and North Cornwall) who was another shot off the pace.

Pictured is Gemma Clews, left, with Delamere Forest lady captain Annette Young.