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Luke and Holly shine at Sale

RINGWAY’S Luke Donnelly was crowned Joanne Morley Junior Challenge champion after firing 38 Stableford points to win by one at Sale.

Luke, also a member at Ashton-on-Mersey, pipped fellow Ringway member Harrison Job, who had the consolation of being top boy, by one.

In the girls section, Carina May Teirney set the early mark of 31 points but it was overtaken at the death by 11-year-old Holly Lee (Vicars Cross) to win the top girls slot.

Also in the prizes was Amy McGee (Ashton-under-Lyne) after a countback on 28 with Beth Greenhalgh (Manchester).

Nearest-the-pin prizes went to Ryan Nevins and Holly Lee and top team were Ringway with their trio of Luke Donnelly, Harrison Job and Josh Curtis racking up a great score of 111 points.

There was a good entry of 11 years and under with Cole Self of Didsbury setting a new record by playing in the competition at the age of seven but Holly Lee completed her prize hat-trick by winning the prize for 11 and under with her 33-pointer.

With Joanne unable to attend due to work commitments in India, Gemma Clews, a former top girl in the challenge and now an England regular, stepped in to present the prizes.

Pictured is Luke Donnelly with Gemma Clews and Sale officials Howard Johnson, Peter Bradford and Linda Jenkinson.