Tuesday, July 31, 2007

County Team member Emily Ogilvy reached the final qualifying round for the Ricoh Women's British Open which was played on the New Course at St Andrews, yesterday.
Despite finishing par - birdie - par, it was not enough to salvage what was for Emily a very disappointing score of 87. In blustery conditions on what is considered a tougher test than the Old Course, Emily struggled to find her true form. However, I would like to congratulate her on an exceptional season so far and say how proud we are of her achievements. To get to the final qualifying round is something she should be very proud of. Well done Emily and good luck for the rest of the season.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

County Team member Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder) will be playing the New Course at St Andrews on Monday (12.04pm) doing her very best to qualify for the Ricoh Women's British Open which starts on the Old Course at St Andrews, next Thursday.

On behalf of everyone at P & K, I would like to wish Emily the very best of luck - play well Emily - we know you can do it and we'll be rooting for you!

Do go along and support Emily if you can!

photo courtesy of Cal Carson Golf Agency

Friday, July 27, 2007


Following requests from our working lady members we have now secured evening tee times for our next fixture at King James VI Golf Course. This fixture will be held August 13th. Please send your entries to Lenore.


After a night of torrential rain we were extremely lucky to be able to play yesterday. The course held up extremely well and was in fabulous condition, many thanks to the green keeping staff for all their efforts. Day players mostly manage to get round in dry weather however 13 unlucky evening ladies were soaked through.

Team member Fiona Ramsay (Crieff) returned the best scratch and handicap scores of the day with a 75 scratch, 70 nett. Well done Fiona. The full results are as follows:

CSS 73

Fiona Ramsay (Creiff) 75
Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder) 77 bih
Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) 77 bih
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) 77
Jane Yellowlees (Creiff) 79

Fiona Ramsay (Creiff) (5) 70
Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) (6) 71
Sally Crystal (Taymouth Castle) (20) 72 bih
Janey Heaney (Callander) (11) 72
Esther Martin (Alyth) (15) 72

Many thanks to all at Glenisla for a very warm welcome, to the bar and catering staff for seeing to our inner needs and of course the green keeping staff for all their efforts.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007


Many thanks to Anita Henderson who has forwarded the latest Scratch League results as of 21st July.

Played 4, Won 3, Drawn 0, Lost 1, For 14.5, Against 5.5 Points 6
Played 6, Won 4, Drawn 1, Lost 1, For 19.5, Against 10.5, Points 9
Played 5, Won 0, Drawn 1, Lost 4, For 8, Against 17 Points 1
Played 5, Won 3, Drawn 0, Lost 2, For 14.5, Against 10.5, Points 6
Played 5, Won 0, Drawn 1, Lost 4, For 3, Against 22, Points 1
Played 6, Won 1, Drawn 1, Lost 4, For 8.5, Against 21.5, Points 3
Played 6, Won 4, Drawn 0, Lost 2, For 20.5, Against 9.5, Points 8
Played 5, Won 4, Drawn 0, Lost 1, For 16.5, Against 8.5, Points 8

Friday, July 20, 2007

Congratulations to County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) who has been selected for the Scotland team for the Girls Home International Matches being held at Southerndown Golf Club in Wales from 8 - 10 August 2007. The full team is:

Carly Booth
Megan Briggs
Krystle Caithness
Kelsey MacDonald
Roseanne Niven
Pamela Pretswell
Jane Turner
Sally Watson

Roseanne has also been selected to represent Scotland and to captain the team in the Girls' British Open Amateur Championship also at Southerndown from 13 - 17 August 2007 . The team is as follows:

Carly Booth
Kelsey MacDonald
Roseanne Niven (Captain)

Well done Roseanne!

Thursday, July 19, 2007


Team members Eve Muirhead and Jacqueline Sneddon both failed to progress into the semi finals of the Scottish Under 18 Girls Championship however they should both be very proud of their achievements during the tournament. To make it to the quarter finals is no mean feat.

Eve lost out to Pamela Prestwell 4&2 and Jacqueline Sneddon lost out to Sammy Vass 4&3. The semi finals this afternoon will be Carly Booth (Comrie) v Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) and Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) v Sammy Vass (Tain).

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Congratulations to County team member Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) who has also won through to the quarter finals at Peterhead. Jacqueline beat the No 2 qualifier and East of Scotland champion, Jane Turner from Mortonhall by 4 & 2. In the next round, Jacqueline plays Sammy Vass from Tain. It's wonderul to see the girls doing so well. Good luck to Jacqueline and Eve.
Full details at http://www.slga.co.uk/


County Team member Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) has made it through to the quarter finals of the Scottish under 18 girls Championship at Peterhead this afternoon. She defeated number 5 qualifier Lindsay Hunter. Excellent news.

Eve is certainly on form at the moment, this competition follows her win last week at the Highland Open. Well done Eve.

Megan Aird (Strathmore) failed to make it to the second round of the scratch matchplay stages at Peterhead this morning after being defeated by 4th qualifier Pamela Prestwell. Megan did extremely well to qualify into the Scratch section of the championship. With a handicap of 14 she scored a 8 over par 71 in the afternoons qualifying round. Well done Megan.

Unfortunately 2 of our junior members Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) and Annabel Niven (Crieff) were drawn against each other which ultimately means one would be knockout of the competition. On the day Jacqueline Sneddon was the stronger player and won the match 4&2 and will continue on this afternoon against 2nd qualifer Jane Turner. Well done Jacqueline and hard lines Annabel, we are very proud of you both.

In the Handicap Section of the tournament Emily Aird was our only representative and unfortunately Emily was knocked out by Fiona Fullerton 3&2. Emily has only just got a handicap this year and is already down to 25. I am sure there will be plenty of other tournaments for this young girl.

Good Luck to all girls and our commiserations to the girls who were knocked out.

Latest news from Peterhead is that Team Member Eve Muirhead has progressed into the second stages of the competition after defeating Racheal McQueen 9&7. Well done Eve.

Eve will now play the number 5 qualifier Lindsay Hunter in second round. Her tee time is 1.24pm

Good luck Eve.

To follow is the draw for our next county meeting at Glenisla.

09:30: D Butchart, F Ramsay
09:37: J Yellowlees, G Wallace
09:45: J Griffiths, J Lang
09:52: J Heaney, P Drysdale,

10:00: C Irving, R Duncan, D Doris
10:07: L Kyle, L Murray, K McKellar
10:15: M McLashan, A Speirs, J Kennedy
10:30: J Stevenson, C Choudhary, H Gibson
10:37: G Pennycook, M Reid, L Fall
10:45: H Straw, M Macrae, A Spence
10:52: L Pattinson, A Duncan, E Benzies
11:00: A Allan, J Nisbet, W Stewart
11:07: J Proudfoot, P Colquhoun, M Carruther
11:15: A Tannock, S Ogg, M Walker

11:30: J Miller, S Crystal , C Peebles
11:37: K McKay , L O'Donnell, N Bremner
11:45: J Clowe, G Ness, P Hebner
11:52: S Irving, J Thom, M Robertson
12:00: R McGeoghegan, I Murray, C Monks
12:07: J Groom, M Chalmers, S MacNaughton
12:15: E Watson , M Storrie
17:15: G Lambie, A Bushby
17:22: L Fertacz, S Leighton
17:30: F Johnson, B Clough
17:37: N Fleming, J Layburn, C Lambie
17:45: M McKay, E Martin, Maya Robertson

For late entries phone Dawn
Congratulations to County Junior members Eve Muirhead, Jacqueline Sneddon, Annabel Niven, Megan and Emily Aird.

All of the girls have qualified for the matchplay stages of the Scottish Girls' (Close) Amateur Championships at Peterhead Golf Club. Eve, Jaqueline Annabel & Megan play in the scratch division and Emily in the handicap.

The details are as follows:
Eve (80,77) plays R McQueen
Jacqueline (79,80) plays Annabel (81,82)
Megan (91,81) plays P Prestwell

Emily (125,112) plays F Fullerton

The winner of the qualifying rounds with exceptional rounds of 64 & 73 was Comrie member Carly Booth

Unfortunately Roseanne Niven was not able to defend her title as she has an 'on-line' exam to complete for her college course in the USA.

Good luck to everyone.

(more details at http://www.slga.co.uk)

Tuesday, July 17, 2007


Team member Emily Ogilvy has made it through the Pre-qualifying stages for the Weetabix yesterday at the Berkshire. The cut fell at 74 (+2) and 29 players qualified for the Final Qualifying stage. Final Qualifying will take place over the New Course, St Andrews on Monday 30th July 2007. Emily who shot a fantastic 73, 4 under the CSS 77, made it through the qualifying stages along with fellow Scots Heather Macrae, Louise Kenney and Sally Watson.

On behalf of P&K I would like to congratulate Emily and wish her every good fortune at St Andrews on the 30th. Its very exciting!

Monday, July 16, 2007

Good luck to Junior members Roseanne Niven, Annabel Niven, Eve Muirhead, Jacqueline Sneddon, Megan Aird and Emily Aird who are competing in the Scottish Girls' (Close) Amateur Championships at Peterhead Golf Club starting tomorrow (Tuesday). Crieff member Roseanne is the holder and is defending the title she won in sweltering temperatures at Peebles Golf Club last year. Let's hope they get some warmer, dryer conditions to play in over the next few days!

Play well everyone!

Saturday, July 14, 2007

European Team Championships, Castleconturbia, Italy

Day Five

Scotland have finished on a high by beating Austria 3 1/2 to 1 1/2 to secure 11th place. The results were as follows:

Rachel Livingstone & Emily Ogilvy bt Claudia Wolf & Nina Muehl 6/4

Jenna Wilson lost to Martina Hochwimmer 1 hole
Michele Thomson bt Sabrina Poelderl 1 hole
Roseanne Niven bt Cristina Gugler 4 & 3
Heather Macrae halved with Stefanie Endstrasse

The overall winners were Spain who beat Sweden 5 1/2 to 1 1/2 in the flight one final.
European Ladies Team Championships, Castleconturbia, Italy

Day Four

Scotland were matched against Ireland and unfortunately Scotland lost 4 matches to 1. In the next round Scotland play Austria who lost to France, for 11th place. The Scotland results were:


Foursomes: 1-0
D Smth & M Morrin bt R Livingstone & R Niven 2 and 1.

Singles: 3-1
T Delaney bt J Wilson 1 hole.
M Riordan lost to H MacRae 3 and 2.
K Delaney bt E Ogilvy 4 and 3.
D McVeigh bt M Thomson 3 and 2.

Good luck for today.

Congratulations to County junior member Jennifer Smith (Kinross) who won the Bronze division of the Under 14s competition at Brunston Castle Golf Club today. In pretty awful weather Jennifer scored 39 stableford points, five points clear of the field - well done Jennifer!

Strathmore members Megan and Emily Aird also competed, Megan scored a nett 78 in the Silver Division and Emily was 4th in the Bronze Division with 30 stableford points. Well done girls!

The winner of the Silver division scratch was Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) with 78 and the winner of the nett prize was Gemma Dryburgh (Beaconsfield) with 70.

Congratulations to County Junior member Erin Millar who won the Bronze division of the Highland week yesterday. Erin beat fellow Pitlochry member Ann Garden in the final by 5 & 4.

Well done Erin!

Friday, July 13, 2007

Congratulations to County Team member Eve Muirhead who won the scratch division of the Highland Week tournament at Pitlochry today. Eve played fellow County squad member Sal Shepherd in an excellent, closely fought final. Eve scored an estimated 70 and Sal 72. Eve won by one hole and spectators said that it was one of the best finals they had seen!
Well done to both girls!
photo courtesy of Cal Carson

County junior member Erin Millar (Pitlochry) has also reached a final at the Highland. In the semi finals of the handicap section Erin beat Gwen Beaton by 4 & 2 and meets Ann Garden in the final. Well done Erin and good luck!


This morning saw two squad members and one junior member take part in the semi finals of the Highland. Former Highland champion (2005) Eve Muirhead, beat first qualifier Robina Gilbertson on the 18th 1 up and Sal Shepherd beat junior member Laura Campbell 2&1. Laura should be very proud of her performance this week and we hope to see her in future P&K events. Her reduced handicap is a great achievement. Well done.

It is very exciting to have two team members in the final and we wish them both the very best of luck.

What a beautiful day we had for our County Meeting at Strathmore yesterday. Some players certainly took advantage of the good playing conditions are returned excellent scores. Home player Alexandra Bushby returned the best scratch score of one over par 73 and Catherine Peebles (Alyth), Anne Hood (Dunblane) and Alison Houston (Muckhart) returned net 70 but Catherine took the first place spot by virtue of a better inward half. Well done. Full Results are as follows:

CSS 72

Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) 73
Annabel Niven (Creiff) 79 bih
Alison Houston (Muckhart) 79
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 80 bih
Mary Hope (Blairgowrie) 80

Catherine Peebles (Alyth) (21) 70 bih
Anne Hood (Dunblane) (20) 70
Alison Houston (Muckhart) (9) 70
Angela Crossland (Dunblane) (23) 71 bih
Lyn Murray (Kinross) (13) 71
Brenda Clough (Blairgowrie) (11) 71
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) (2) 71
Jan Kennedy (Blairgowrie) (16) 71

A huge thank you to Strathmore Golf Centre for their warm welcome and excellent catering.

Please get your entries into me as soon as possible for our next meeting at Glenisla on 26th July.
Good luck to County Team members Eve Muirhead and Sal Shepherd and Junior member Laura Campbell who have reached the semi finals in the scratch section of the Highland Week at Pitlochry. Eve plays Robina Gilbertson and Sal and Laura play each other. In the handicap section Junior member Erin Millar has also reached the semi finals - play well everyone!

In qualifying, Sal reduced her handicap to 5 and Laura, her handicap to 8 - well done.

More details later.
News from European Ladies Team Championships, Castelconturbia, Italy

Day Three

Scotland beat Slovenia and play Ireland today (Friday)

Foursomes: 0-1
R Niven & R Livingstone lost to A Kirn & T Prelog 2 and 1.

Singles: 3 1/2- 1/2
J Wilson bt T Kikelj 3 and 2.
H MacRae bt U Orehek 2 holes.
M Thomson bt T Sarkanji 6 and 5.
E Ogilvy halved with P-Z Jenko.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

News from European Ladies Team Championships, Castelconturbia, Italy

Day Two

It looks as if Scotland have missed qualifying for the top flight of matchplay by one shot. They have the same aggregate score as Wales but were one shot worse on today's scores so are placed 9th. Qualifying first were Spain (706) then Sweden (727), England (733), Germany (734), Italy (742), Belgium (744), Finland (751 and Wales (752).

The Scottish team scores were as follows:

Rachel LIVINGSTONE 75 (87)
Heather MACRAE 77 76
Emily OGILVY (78) 79
Roseanne NIVEN 74 78
Michele THOMSON 76 75
Jenna WILSON 69 73

Total 752.

Scotland will play 16th qualifiers Slovenia in the first round of the second flight matchplay tomorrow.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

News from the European Ladies Team Championships, Castelconturbia, Italy

Day One

After today's play Scotland lie in joint 6th place with a total of 371. In the lead are Spain on 349 including a 66 from Carlota Ciganda. Sweden are in second place (357) followed by Germany (359), England (363) and Ireland (369).

The Scottish scores were as follows:

Heather MACRAE 77
Emily OGILVY (78)
Roseanne NIVEN 74
Michele THOMSON 76
Jenna WILSON 69

After tomorrow's round the top eight team will progress to the first flight matchplay stages starting on Thursday. Good luck for tomorrow.

Sunday, July 08, 2007

County team members Roseanne Niven (Crieff) and Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder) have travelled to Italy as part of the Scotland team competing in the European Ladies Team Championships at Castelconturbia Golf Club near Milan starting on Tuesday 10th July through to Friday 14th July - all the best to the team!

The full team is as follows:
Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old)
Heather MacRae (Dunblane New)
Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder)
Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
Michele Thomson (McDonald)
Jenna Wilson (Strathaven)

Captain: Lesley Johnston

Saturday, July 07, 2007

Congratulations to County team member Alexandra Bushby who won the Strathmore Club Championship today. Her opponent was County Vice Captain Dawn Butchart. Alexandra won the final which is played over 36 holes by 5 & 4 . This is Alexandra's second Club Championship victory this season having also won at Blairgowrie. Well done Alex and commiserations to Dawn.
Congratulations to County member Janey Heaney who won the Callander Club Championship yesterday. Janey defeated fellow County member Anne Tannock 4 & 3 - well done Janey!

Thursday, July 05, 2007


At last I have found some time to put together a slide show from the Jamboree weekend at Cruden Bay. A nice mixture of the team, the golf, the caddies, spectators and ofcourse the wonderful views. There are also photos of new Team members Eve Muirhead and Jaqueline Sneddon receiving there 'county badges'. Also a presentation to Captain Janet Griffiths from the team and squad members to thank her for two years of hard work on their behalf.


  • Wednesday, July 04, 2007

    Commiserations to County team member Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder) who just failed to overcome Northern Counties team member Laura Walker (Nairn Dunbar) in her second very close match in a row in the final of the North of Scotland competition at Moray Golf Club this afternoon. The match was all square at the turn, after Emily had cancelled out Laura’s early two-hole lead , Laura regained the lead with an eagle 2 at the 10th only for Emily to draw level again with a birdie 4 at the 11th. Emily took the lead for the first time with a par at the 12th but was pulled back to square again by Laura’s birdie 3 at the next. Emily bogeyed the 16th to go one down again but squared the match with a birdie 4 at the 17th. The 18th and the 19th were halved in par 4s before Laura won the 20th and the title with a birdie 4. The quality of the golf played by both girls was exceptional - after 18 holes both Emily and Laura were two under par. In the quarter finals, Emily beat the No 1 qualifier, Kerri Harper (Inverness) at the 21st while Laura was a 4 and 2 winner over Perth & Kinross county champion and County team member Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore). Since Emily's return from the USA she has had an excellent season with some wonderful performances. She reached the final of the Scottish women's championship at Barassie in May and is now considered an international class player.
    Emily' s next golfing date is as a member of the Scotland team competing in the European Ladies Team Championships being played at the Castelconturbia Golf Club, Italy, from 10 to 14 July.
    Fellow County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) is also part of the Scotland team - best wishes and good luck to them both.
    Picture by Cal Carson Golf Agency.

    The draw for the Strathmore County Meeting on 12th July is as follows:

    09:30: D Butchart, J Yellowlees,
    09:37: J Griffiths, A Niven
    09:45: G Wallace, G Lambie
    09:52: M Hope, E Donaldson, J Lang
    10:00: C Lambie, M Begbie, L Fertacz
    10:07: M McGlashan, L Kyle, J Heaney
    10:15: C Irvine, P Drysdale, J Kennedy
    10:30: C Turner, K Jarvie, L Murray
    10:37: G Pennycook, R Duncan, P Colquhoun
    10:45: H Gibson, S Ogg, M Reid
    10:52: S Young, D Doris, A McGregor
    11:00: J Pringle, S Bowers,A Speirs
    11:07: S Erskin, H Welsh, A Grewar
    11:15: A Hood, M Brydson, E Martin
    11:30: C Choudhary, H Straw, A Henry
    11:37: M MacNaughton, A Duncan, M MacLeod
    11:45: M Robertson, L Fall, C Peebles
    11:52: J Miller, M Chalmers, C Monks
    12:00: S Crystal, J Groom, J Proudfoot
    12:07: F Anderson, R McGeoghegan, M Forbes
    12:22: B Harley, A Young, I Murray
    12:30: N Bremner, L O'Donnell, A Crossland
    12:37: S Irvine, A Spence, S McNaughton

    17:22: A Bushby, R Brass, B Clough
    17:30: Maya Robertson, J Laburn, F Johnston

    Late entries will be accepted. Phone Dawn 01828 633000/633395

    Lets hope summer begins!!

    Team Members Emily Ogilvy and Alexandra Bushby had mixed fortunes this morning at Lossiemouth.

    County Champion Alexandra played her heart out but was beaten by Northern Counties Team member Laura Walker 4&2. Alex's perfomance over the last few days has been excellent and we are very proud of her achievments.

    Emily Ogivly (pictured above)after playing some outstanding golf, has made it into the Finals but had to work her socks off to beat number one seed Kerri Harper at the 21st hole. Emily, home after 5 years in the states, has produced some wonderful golf since her return and we hope, that after this afternoons play, we will see Emily's name on the trophy.

    Good luck Emily from us all.

    Tuesday, July 03, 2007

    Brilliant news from the North of Scotland - both Emily Ogilvy and Alexandra Bushby are through to the semi finals to be held tomorrow. In the quarter finals Emily beat Sammy Vass 4 & 3 and Alexandra beat second seed Michelle Thomson on the 18th.

    In the semis, which will be P & K versus Northern Counties - Emily plays top seed Kerri Harper and Alexandra plays 6th seed Laura Walker.

    Really well done and the best of luck to both girls.

    To follow is the results of the Scratch League to date which were kindly provided by Anita Henderson.

    Played 4, Won 3, Drawn 0, Lost 1, For 14.5, Against 5.5
    Points 6
    Played 5, Won 3, Drawn 1, Lost 1, For 14.5, Against 10.5,

    Points 7
    Played 3, Won 0, Drawn 1, Lost 2, For 6.5, Against 8.5

    Points 1
    Played 4, Won 2, Drawn 0, Lost 2, For 9.5, Against 10.5,

    Points 4
    Played 4, Won 0, Drawn 1, Lost 3, For 3, Against 17,

    Points 1
    Played 5, Won 1, Drawn 1, Lost 3, For 8.5, Against 16.5,

    Points 3
    Played 4, Won 2, Drawn 0, Lost 2, For 12, Against 8.5,

    Points 4
    Played 5, Won 4, Drawn 0, Lost 1, For 16.5, Against 8.5,

    Points 8

    County member Jillian Milne and her husband Stuart settling in with their new baby Esme.

    Well done to Emily Ogilvy and Alexandra Bushby who are both through to the next round of the matchplay stages at Lossiemouth this afternoon. Unfortunately Gillian Wallace, who was drawn against Emily and Jacqueline Sneddon who played against title holder Michele Thomson were both knocked out this morning.

    Full results are as follows;
    Kerri Harper (Inverness) bt Mary Smith (Tain) 2 holes.
    Donna Pocock (Murcar Links) bt Samantha Leslie (Westhill) 7 and 6.
    Sammy Vass (Tain) bt Carol Wilson (Murcar Links) 7 and 6.
    Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) bt Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) 6 and 5.
    Laura Murray (Alford) bt Anne Bowman (McDonald Ellon) 5 and 4.
    Laura Walker (Nairn Dunbar) bt Ann Ramsay (Kirriemuir) at 19th.
    Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) bt Heather Anderson (Downfield) 1 hole.
    Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon) bt Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) 5 and 4.

    Emily will play Sammy Vass and Alex will play Michele Thomson.

    Good luck girls.

    Monday, July 02, 2007

    Congratulations to County Team members, Jane Yellowlees and Alexandra Bushby for winning their Club Championships over the weekend. Jane beat Mary Taylor 4 & 3 at Crieff and Alexandra beat Susan Arbuckle at Blairgowrie by 4 & 2. Well done to both ladies.
    Below is the draw for the matchplay stages of the North of Scotland competition which continues tomorrow:

    8.30 - 1 Kerri Harper v 16 Mary Smith.
    8.38 - 9 Samantha Leslie v 8 Donna Pocock.
    8.46 - 5 Carol Wilson v 12 Sammy Vass.
    8.54 - 13 Gillian Wallace v 4 Emily Ogilvy.
    9.02 - 3 Laura Murray v 14 Anne Bowman.
    9.10 - 11 Ann Ramsay v 6 Laura Walker.
    9.18 - 7 Heather Anderson v 10
    Alexandra Bushby.
    9.26 - 15 Jacqueline Sneddon v 2 Michele Thomson.

    Good luck to everyone.

    (2 other entrants, Gladys Pennycook and Jennifer Sneddon did not qualify)
    Latest from the qualifying round of the North of Scotland competition at Moray Golf Club:

    Emily Ogilvy 75
    Alexandra Bushby 81
    Gillian Wallace 83
    Jacqueline Sneddon 84

    CSS 77

    Currently all players qualify for matchplay stages (17.40pm)

    Scores so far (that I am aware of) is that county team members Emily Ogilvy, Alex Bushby and Jacqueline Sneddon have returned scores of 75, 81 and 84 respectively. Emily broke the par of the course which is 76. Excellent scoring. So far it would appear that the cut off will be 85. So fingers crossed all three will make it through to the matchplay stages tomorrow.

    Best score posted so far is Northern County player Kerri Harper with a 6 under par 70.

    Will try to keep you posted!