Sunday, July 30, 2006

Carly secures Junior Ryder Cup place

Following her fine performance in the European Junior Masters in Austria, Carly has been selected as the only UK representative in the 6 girl, 6 boy team to play in the Junior Ryder Cup on 18 & 19 September at Celtic Manor.
Spencer Henderson the Scottish Golf Union Coach said "Carly's performance here in Austria has been incredible and I am very pleased for her and for Scotland that we have a player in the Junior Ryder Cup team.
"The level and standard of competition in this year's European Young Masters is the best I've seen in the three years I've been attending the event.
"Scotland finished fourth in the team event and I am extremely proud of them, considering they were competing against the best of 22 other nations."

Well done Carly!

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Carly finishes in third place in Austria

Junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) finished in third place in the European Junior Masters in Murhof in Austria. In a low scoring final round Saskia Hausladen from Germany scored a 64 to finish -9, Carlota Ciganda of Spain scored a 68 to finish in second place on -5 and Carly had a final round of 71 to finish -2.

Well done Carly.

Selection for the Junior Ryder Cup which is to take place at Celtic Manor in Wales from 18 - 19 September, takes place after the conclusion of the European Masters Tournament.
County junior member Carly Booth lies in joint first position after two rounds of the European Young Masters at the Styrian Golf Club in Murhof, Austria. The third round is underway - full results later.
Megan marches on!

13 year old Megan Aird (Strathmore) continues to amaze everyone with her wonderful golfing acheivements. Megan got her first 18 hole handicap this season - starting at 26. She immediately reduced to 24 then to 21. Megan has joined the SLGA competition circuit and took part in the Ladies Junior Open Strokeplay Championships at Stirling this week. An excellent scratch 91 in the second round reduced her handicap and then a final round scratch 87 - nett 66 won her the under 14s best nett of the day! Megan's handicap is now 18.3.

I have just heard news from Strathmore - Megan has played today and shot a nett 68 and reduced her handicap still further to 17.4.

Well done Megan!
Final Results from the Ladies Junior Open Stroke Play Championships

Roseanne Niven 69,75,75 total 219 (joint 6th)
Annabel Niven 82, 88, 79 total 249 (joint 35th)
Jacqueline Sneddon 87, 83, 84 total 254 (joint 42nd)
Megan Aird 100, 91, 87 total 278 (joint 59th)
Karen Dunbar 92, 93, 95 total 280 (joint 62nd)

Congratulations to everyone!

The winner of the tournament with the most exceptional display of golf was Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) who broke the course record on the first day with a 64 and followed up with two rounds of 69 for a total 0f 202.

At the prizegiving ceremony it was announced that Roseanne Niven is selected to represent Scotland in the Belgian International Junior Event in Brussels from 23 - 26 August - well done Roseanne.

Friday, July 28, 2006


Auchterarder was in excellent condition for our County Meeting yesterday and with the weather matching the course some suberb scores were returned. Gwen Lambie was on the top of the leader board with a scratch 73. Gwen has been enjoying fantastic form this season, well done Gwen. Home player Sheila Dunphy also returned an excellent score of nett 67.

Full results are as follows:

CSS 70

Gwen Lambie (Dunkeld) 73
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) 76
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) 79 bih
Liz Fertcz (Dunkeld) 79
Shona Leighton (Alyth) 79
Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) 79

Sheila Dunphy (Auchterarder) (19) 67
Sandy Young (Auchterarder) (17) 68
Ann Duncan (Taymouth) (19) 69 bih
Louise Westwood (Whitemoss) (14) 69
Jaqueline Stevenson (Callander) (19) 69
Janette Hamilton (Blairgowrie) (17) 70

Well done to all the above and please get your entries off to Janet Griffiths for Captains Day at the Perth Inch on August 21st.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006


The Perth and Kinross County Team were invited to a Civic Reception hosted by Perth Provost Bob Scott in honour of our win at the Northern Division Team Championship at Crieff. It was a fantastic evening and we were very honoured to attend on behalf of the association.

Front row left to right Dawn Butchart (Vice Captain) Provost Bob Scott, Janet Griffiths (Captain) Back rows Sally Kettlewell, Jane Yellowlees, Liz Miskimmin (President), Alexandra Bushby, Roseanne Niven, Emma Napper, Emily Ogilvy, Jillian Milne and Fiona Ramsay

Some the guests have an informal chat

Jillian Milne chats with Gleneagles Coach

We were so excited we even took photo's of us taking photo's!

Roseanne Niven with Captain Janet Griffiths with the under 18 Scottish Girls Championship Trophy

Monday, July 24, 2006

Good Luck to County juniors playing at Stirling

Good luck to county juniors Roseanne Niven, Jacqueline Sneddon, Annabel Niven, Karen Dunbar and Megan Aird who have entered the Scottish Ladies' Junior Open Stroke Play Championships at Stirling this Thursday and Friday. If you are near to Stirling please go along and support them!

Tee times:

8.32 & 13.12 Annabel Niven (Crieff)
8.48 & 13.28 Karen Dunbar (Aberfeldy)
9.12 & 13.52 Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
10.24 & 15.04 Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth)
11.04 & 15.44 Megan Aird (Strathmore)

Congratulations to County junior member Jacqueline Sneddon who represented her club, Alyth, in the Volvo Masters Amateur tournament at The Roxburghe in the Borders last Thursday. Jacqueline came third and now goes on the the national finals at Wentworth - well done Jacqueline and good luck for the finals!

Saturday, July 22, 2006


County Team member Roseanne Niven proudly holds the Scottish Under 18 trophy.

Our warmest congratulations to Roseanne.

Photo courtesy of Cal Carson Golf

Friday, July 21, 2006


Both Roseanne Niven and Carly Booth have been named in the Girls Home International matches at Portstewart Golf Club Northern Ireland from August 9th to 11th.
Not only have they been named for this event but have also been selected as two of only three girls whose scores will count for Scotland in the international team event staged in conjunction with the qualifying rounds of the Girls' British Open championship at Portstewart GC from August 14 to 18. Roseanne has also been given the huge honour of being named as Team Captain.
Fantastic news!

To follow is the teams as they have been announce:
The team for the girls' home international matches at Portstewart Golf Club, Northern Ireland from August 9 to 11:
Carly Booth (Comrie),
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm),
Krystle Caithness (St Regulus),
Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old),
Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar),
Roseanne Niven (Crieff),
Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon),
Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry).
Reserves: Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies), Laura Murray (Alford), Edwina Lowrey-Gold (Eaton), Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey).

The three girls whose scores will count for Scotland in the international team event staged in conjunction with the qualifying rounds of the Girls' British Open championship at Portstewart GC from August 14 to 18 are:
Carly Booth (Comrie),
Krystle Caithness (St Regulous),
Roseanne Niven (Crieff), capt.
Reserves: Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old), Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon).

We were all treated to a beautifully presented course on the most glorious day for our County Meeting at Alyth yesterday. This in turn resulted in some excellent scoring and a reduction in the CSS which ended at 70.
County Team member Jane Yellowlees returned a fantastic one over par 72 scratch score followed by team mate Jillian Milne who posted a 75. There were an amazing 5 nett 67 scores, Dunkeld member Morag Brydson topped the score board on a better in half. Well done to all the ladies who took part. The full results were as follows:

CSS 70

Jane Yellowlees 72
Jillian Milne 75
Gwen Lambie 77
Moira Middleton 78

Morag Brydson (14) 67 bih
Liz Fertacz (12) 67 bih
Jane Yellowlees (5) 67 bih
Moira Middleton (11) 67 bih
Eileen Watson (23) 67
Wilma Stewart (25) 68
Marjorie Leitch (25) 69 bih
Sally Crystal (19) 69 bih
Ann Duncan (19) 69

The golf ball raffle was won by Sally Crystal, Moira Middleton and Nan Morrison. All three received a sleeve of balls.

If you haven't already entered Auchterarder next Thursday then please contact Jillian Milne for a late entry.


County Team member Roseanne Niven has just been crowned the new under 18 Scottish Champion after a 3&2 win over Rachael Livingstone. Fantastic News!! Well done Roseanne, a more detailed report will follow!


Roseanne Niven is 2 up through 12. Will try to keep you updated as much as poss!

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Roseanne through to the final at Peebles
County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) won through to the final at the Scottish under 18's Amateur Championships at Peebles today. After three days of tough golf in very high temperatures Roseanne will play Rachel Livingstone (Musselburgh) in the 18 hole final tomorrow (9.00am). In the quarter finals Roseanne beat Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon) by 1 hole and in the semi finals she overcame Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie) by 4 & 3 with level par golf. Roseanne's opponent Rachel, beat Kelsey MacDonald in the quarter finals and then Edwina Lowrey-Gold in the semi finals.

We wish Roseanne the very best of luck in the final - if anyone is near Peebles golf club tomorrow - do go along and support her!

Photo courtesy of Cal Carson

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Latest from the Scottish Under 18's Amateur Championships at Peebles

In the first round this morning Annabel Niven (Crieff) faced the number 2 seed and winner of the North of Scotland tournament, Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon) Annabel was defeated by 4 & 3. Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) was up against in form 11th seed Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie), Eve lost 5 & 4. Better news of Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) who qualified in 30th place. She was drawn against Jane Turner (Mortonhall) seeded 3 who recently won the East of Scotland Championships and who had the best score (67) in the first qualifying round of these championships. Jacqueline won 3 & 2. County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) faced last year's winner of the Ainsley Salver, Cara Easton (Dalmahoy) Roseanne won 5 & 4.

In this afternoon's second round Jacqueline was unfortunately beaten by 14th seed Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) by 4 & 2. Roseanne played 10th seed Pamela Prestwell (Bothwell Castle) and won 5 & 4. She now faces second seed Michele Thomson in the quarter finals tomorrow. Good luck Roseanne!

Congratulations to everyone for a fantastic effort in very difficult conditions - sweltering heat on an extremely undulating course - well done!

Full results:


To follow is the draw for Auchterarder. If you wish a late entry please contact Jillian Milne.

o9.20: J Milne, D Butchart
09.28: L Miskimmon, J Griffiths, N Morrison
09.36: E Donaldson, A Houston, S Ogg
09.44: M Macrae, M Middleton, M McPherson
09.52: P Drysdale, H Gibson. C Irvine
10.00: L McGraw, P Colquhoun, L Murray
10.08: L Kyle, S Mitchell, S Bowers
10.16: L Westwood, C Souter, A Henry
10.24: J Clowe, R Duncan, S MacDougall
10.32: M Reid, M McGlashan, H Dalgleish
10.40: J Muirhead, M Halkerston, M Robertson
10.48: K McKellar, L Pattinson,M Ritchie
10.56: J Hamilton, M Watson, J Donaldson
11.04: A Speirs, E Benzies, S Durward
11.12: P Wanless, K McAlpine, J Stevenson
11.20: I Murdoch, J Nisbet, S Dunphy
11.28: G Paterson, P Kelly, M McLeod
11.36: P Hebner, J Thom, A Crossland
11.44: C Peebles, N Bremner, M Carruthers
11.52: B Harley, J Gemmell, M Robertson-Lang
12.00: S Jones, S (J) McNaughton, H Pirnie
12.08: L Crichton, C Monks, H Stout
12.16: M Leitch, F Anderson, M Storry
12.24: J Ritchie, I Murray, A Young

Evening Draw
17.12: C Muir, G Lambie, A Stockley
17.20: S Leighton, L Fertacz, C Lambie
17.28: S Crystal, C Choudhary, M McKay

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Four Perth & Kinross junior members through to matchplay stages at Peebles

In sweltering heat, Roseanne Niven (73, 73), Eve Muirhead (79, 83) Jacqueline Sneddon (80,85) and Annabel Niven (82, 84) qualified for the matchplay stages of the Scottish Under 18's Championships at Peebles today. 12 year old Megan Aird from Strathmore did not manage to qualify but is enjoying playing in national competitions and experiencing new courses. Well done to everyone and good luck for tomorrow!

Roseanne Niven vs Cara Easton
Eve Muirhead vs Katy McNicoll
Jacqueline Sneddon vs Jane Turner
Annabel Niven vs Michelle Thomson

Monday, July 17, 2006

Good luck to Junior Members competing in the Scottish Girls Amateur Championships

Junior members, Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Annabel Niven (Crieff), Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth), Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) and Megan Aird (Strathmore) are competing in the Scottish Girls Amateur Championships at Peebles Golf Club starting tomorrow. Good luck to all!
County junior member Carly Booth is representing Scotland in the R & A Junior Open at Heswall Golf Club on the Wirral starting today competing against junior golfers from all over the world and despite a triple bogey 8 finished with a level par round of 72 and secured second place. There are a further two rounds to play - Good luck Carly!

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Final results from the European Girls Team Championships in Denmark

In a close match between Sweden and Scotland for fifth place, Scotland lost 3 to 2. In the morning foursomes Carly Booth & Krystle Caithness lost 3 & 2 and Kelsey MacDonald and Roseanne Niven lost 3 & 1. The points in the afternoon singles were shared - Kelsey lost 3 & 1, Krystle halved her match and Carly won 4 & 3. This resulted in an overall placing of 6th - well done everyone!

Full results top flight:
1st Germany
2nd Spain
3rd Denmark
4th France
5th Sweden
6th Scotland
7th Belgium
8th Netherlands

more details:
Very latest from Denmark!

Scotland beat Netherlands 5-0 in the European girls' golf championship at Esbjerg Golf Club, Denmark on Friday. County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) and Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) won their foursome 2 and 1 while Kelsey Macdonald (Nairn Dunbar) and County team member Roseanne Niven from Crieff were 3 and 1 winners of their morning tie. In making a clean sweep of the three singles, Kelsey won by two holes, Krystle by one hole and Roseanne by 4 and 2. Well done everyone and good luck for the next round.
Scotland will now play Sweden today for fifth place in the final standings.
The final will be between six times champions Spain (3-2 winners over Denmark) and Germany (4-1 winners against France).

Latest from Denmark

Scotland were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Denmark in the first round of the European girls’ team golf championship at Esbjerg Golf Club on Thursday. The best they do now is to finish fifth. County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) partnering Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) lost at the 20th in one of the two morning foursomes. Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) and County team member, Roseanne Niven (Crieff) won the other foursomes tie, which meant that everything depended on the three afternoon singles. Roseanne was the only winner in the singles, Denmark won two of them with Carly being beaten 2 and 1 and Krystle going down 4 and 3.
Good luck for the rest of the competition.

Friday, July 14, 2006


To follow is the re-arranged draw for Alyth which was postponed due to the course being closed. There are spaces for late entries, contact me on 01828 633000/633395 or Email me on the above Email address and please please please don't let it rain again on the 20th!!

10.04: D Butchart, E Donaldson
10.11: J Yellowlees, N Morrison

10.18: S Kettlewell, J Griffiths, A Bushby
10.25: K McAlpine, M Middleton, P Wanless
10.32: S Ogg, A Duff, H Welsh

10.39: A Sinclair, L Findlay, M Robertson
10.46: A Watson, M Watson, A Miller
10.53: J Junor, K Jarvie, A Grewar
11.07: S Young, J Muir, C Henry
11.14: M McGlashan, M MacNaughon, J Stewart
11.21: J Muirhead, M Reid, J Nisbet
11.28: H Gibson, A Henry, A Preistley
11.35: M Halkerston, L McGraw, J Heaney
11.42: E Benzies, J French, G Pennycook
11.49: P Drysdale, E Marshall, M Brydson
11.56: H Dalgleish, L Pattinson, J Landsburgh
12.00: S Mitchell, I Murdoch, M Ritchie
12.07: M Vass, L Mailer, E Watson
12.14: S Erskine, A Speirs, S Bowers
12.31: P Colquhoun, D Doris, A Hood
12.38: A Tannock, M Macrae, S MacDougall
12.45: W Stewart, M Wellstead, M Carruthers
12.52: C Winton, N Hay, S Peacock
13.06: A Spence, A Crossland, R McGeoghegan
13.13: S Durward, C Peebles, M MacLeod
13.20: P Hebner, C Choudray, J Donaldson
13.27: L Crighton, H Pirnie, J Thom
13.34: F Anderson, M Leitch, J Gemmell
13.41: L Milligan, S Irvine, H Stout
13.48: M Chalmers, M Robertson-Lang, D Wallace
13.55: J Groom, I Meddicks, M McLay

5.25: N Fleming, S Leighton, J Milne

5.31: L Fertacz, R Brass, S Crystal
5.38: A Duncan, H Straw, B Clough
5.45: Maya Robertson, S McNaughton, J Miller
5.52: M Marshall, M McKay, C Lambie
5.59: C Turner, F Johnston, G Lambie


What a warm welcolme we received at Dunkeld yesterday. The course was in excellent condition and the views were magnificent. A real treat! Home member Gwen Lambie certainly made the most of the scoring conditions and returned an excellent gross score of 74, the CSS for the day was 72 she was therefore 6 under her handicap of 8 and is the 2006 winner of the coronation Trophy.
Gwen the recent winner of the Blairgowrie Championship is certainly on form at present, well done.

Congratulations also go to Morag Brydson who returned a nett 71 and wins the Handicap Quaich. Full results are as follows:

CSS 72

G Lambie 74
G Wallace 81
S Leighton 82
S Kettlewell 84 bih
C Dunbar 84

M Brydson (14) 71
C Lambie (16) 72 bih
C Robertson (19) 72
L Pattinson (17) 73

Well done all

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Scotland qualified in 5th place for the match play stages of the European Girls team championships in Esbjerg, Denmark, today. Fine performances from the whole team saw them qualify behind Spain, Sweden, Germany and Denmark. In the second round, county junior member Carly Booth had the best score of the quartet with a 72, Kelsey MacDonald fared better with a 74, Krystle posted a 75 and County team member Roseanne Niven a 76. Scotland face Denmark in the first round tomorrow. Good luck to everyone.

The draw for the re-scheduled meeting which will be held at Alyth on 20th will be posted on Friday 14th July. If you were on the original draw and can not make the next meeting, or if you were not available for the original meeting but can play on the 20th, then please contact Dawn on 01828 633000 or 01828 633395 or email me on otherwise I will assume that if you were in the original draw then you can play in the re-scheduled draw.

Thank you

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

County junior members Roseanne Niven & Carly Booth helped Scotland into third place after today's first round in the European girls team championships on the Esbjerg golf course in Denmark. Top scorer for Scotland was Krystle Caithness with an excellent 72. Carly scored 75 and Roseanne 77 for a total of 224. Kelsey MacDonald's score of 85 was discarded. Sweden lead the way on 216 followed by Spain on 219. The second qualifying round is tomorrow and the top eight teams go forward to the matchplay stages. Good luck to everyone.
County members were successful at Alyth yesterday in the Open Greensomes competition. County team member Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder) partnered her friend and rival Laura Walker from Nairn Dunbar and managed to win the best scratch prize with a splendid 69. County Vice Captain Dawn Butchart teamed up with county member Jane Taylor (both Strathmore) and took second handicap with a nett 65.8. Well done to everyone!

Saturday, July 08, 2006

County junior members Roseanne Niven & Carly Booth left for Denmark this weekend to compete for Scotland in the European Girls Team Championships in at the Esbjerg Golf Club from 11th - 15th July. The other team members are Krystle Caithness and Kelsey MacDonald - good luck to all!
Club Championship Results

County Team member Alexandra Bushby defeated County Vice Captain Dawn Butchart over 36 holes at Strathmore today by 4 & 3 - Well done Alexandra. Commiserations to Dawn

Comrie's championship was rescheduled from Sunday because of thunder and lightening. In the rearranged match Carly Booth overcame Elaine Davidson 5 & 4. Well done Carly.

In the Highland week of competitons the finalists were county squad member Sal Shepherd who beat Eve Muirhead in the semi final and Robina Gilbertson who overcame Caroline Dunbar - Robina won 2 & 1. Excellent perfomances by county members.

Friday, July 07, 2006


To follow is the draw for Dunkeld which will be held on Thursday 13th July. Late entries are available please contact Carol Lambie on 01250 873979.

9.30 am G Wallace J Griffiths G Lambie
9.37 am C Lambie M McPherson H Gibson
9.45 am M Watson A Grewar M Brydson
9.52 am A Speirs J Merry L Findlay
10.00 am L Kyle S MacDougall M Halkerston
10.07 am L Pattinson L Fall N Bremner
10.15 am I Murdoch S Durward J Nisbet
10.22 am A Crossland S Peacock C Peebles
10.30 am H Pirnie M Macleod K McKay
10.37 am C Monks G Allardice S Irvine
10.37 am C Monks G Allardice S Irvine
10.45 am A Young M Chalmers R McGeoghegan
10.52 am M Robertson-Lang J Groom
11.00 am C Robertson L Fertac
5.15 pm S Ogg M McKay
5.22 pm B Clough K Dunbar
5.30 pm D Butchart S Leighton C Dunbar

Could all ladies who have not already done so please contact Dawn by Email or phone 01828 633000 regarding availability for rescheduled Alyth meeting.

Thank you

Thursday, July 06, 2006

News from the Highland at Pitlochry

Three county members, Caroline Dunbar, Sal Shepherd and junior Eve Muirhead have won through to the semi finals at the Highland week of competitions at Pitlochry. Eve, the top qualifier beat fellow junior member Karen Dunbar in the first round at the twentieth hole. She meets county squad member Sal Shepherd in a repeat of the championship final at Pitlochry. Caroline Dunbar also won through to the semis and plays Robina Gilbertson tomorrow.

Good luck to everyone.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

County members through to the matchplay stages at the North of Scotland being played at Royal Montrose this week were:

Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall)
Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth)
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore)

Janet Griffiths (Comrie)
Jillian Sneddon (Alyth)

The only player to progress was Jillian Sneddon who won her morning tie against A Bowman (McDonald Ellon) 2 & 1. Unfortunately Jillian lost in the afternoon to Susan Murray of Brechin, 3 & 2.

Club Championship Results:

Gwen Lambie had another fine win in the club championship at Blairgowrie where she beat Norma Fleming (this year's champion at Alyth) 4 & 2.

Junior member Eve Muirhead was victorious at Pitlochry where she beat county squad member Sal Shepherd 3 & 1. Eve will be defending her Highland title at Pitlochry this week. Good luck Eve and well done to both champions!

Sunday, July 02, 2006

News from Ireland

Fine third round performances from Emily and Roseanne resulted in a joint seventh place for Emily and joint seventeenth place for Roseanne. Emily was the top placed player in the team representing Scotland. Well done both girls!

PS Good luck to county members playing in the North of Scotland tomorrow.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

County team members Roseanne Niven and Emily Ogilvy left Scotland in high spirits to compete in Ireland this weekend in the Irish Ladies Open at County Sligo. Emily is also competing as a member of the Scottish team in the event. After 36 holes today Emily lies in joint 12th place on 160 and Roseanne in joint 17th place on 162.
Good luck for tomorrow!

The leader is Tara Delaney (Carlow) bidding for her third successive victory in the tournament. (151)
County fixture - Dunkeld & Birnam - Thursday 13th July 2006

The closing date for entries to Dunkeld is fast approaching - if you haven't entered please send your form to Carol Lambie as soon as possible - thank you

Club Championship wins:

Dunkeld and Birnam - Championship -Gwen Lambie beat Liz Fertacz 2 & 1
Handicap - Susan Ogg beat Anne Walker 3 & 2

Crieff - Championship - Maureen Copland beat Annabel Niven by 1 hole

Congratulations to all!