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By CambridgeIndependent Reporter


Bourn Golf Club junior member Thomas Milton. Picture: British Junior Golf Tour
Bourn Golf Club junior member Thomas Milton. Picture: British Junior Golf Tour

Thomas Milton and Luca Randall used local knowledge to take victories in the fifth round of the Super Six Series on British Junior Golf Tour at Bourn Golf Club on Sunday.

Milton, who was 13 just a few days earlier, finished one clear of Marco Cuartero (Phoenix) after carding a Challenge Division-winning gross score of 87 to book his place in the Grand Final at Redbourn GC next month.

Randall’s place at Redbourn was already assured after Year 7 to 8 Age Group wins in the opening two events at The Bedford and Cambridge Meridian. And the eight-year-old compiled 38 over the front nine to finish seven ahead of Woodhall Spa’s Henry Price.

Cambridge Meridian’s Lila-Belle Nacca also enjoyed a convincing win in the girls’ category, finishing eight clear of three players with 43.

Gog Magog’s Theo Morris saw his handicap slashed by four shots as a round of net 66 meant he finished just two behind Jaxson Perry (The Kendleshire) in the Challenge net competition.

Bobby Moore (Thorpe Wood) won the Age 6 and under category with 41, while Charlie Ward (Breadsall Priors) clinched another victory in the Age 9 to 10 group. Tiger Adams (Wellingborough) and Ben Loveard (Woburn) were the Elite Division players to beat in the gross and net.

With Grand Final spots still up for grabs in the last event at Tadmarton Heath GC this Sunday, the Super Six Series looks set to come to an exciting conclusion at the beautiful Oxfordshire course.

For more details of how to play on British Junior Golf Tour, visit www.juniorgolftour.co.uk.



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