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Caption: Charlie Maxwell (Royal Curragh) (Photo: Jenny Matthews - Cashman Photography)
Charlie Maxwell (Royal Curragh) has won the ILGU Gold Medal at Seapoint. Fifty-five qualifiers from across the country competed today having won their Club Junior Medal for players with the lowest aggregate of 3 nett score differentials (relative to CSS), one in each month June, July and August 2017.
Charlie, who was involved in the ILGU Regional programme with Johnny Young this year has fallen significantly in handicap and fired 41 points today. The Silver Medals went to Aine Donegan (Woodstock) and Olivia McCrystal (Holywood) while the Bronze Medal was won by Aoife Quinn (Dun Laoghaire).
Gold Medal (Best Nett Overall): Charlie Maxwell (Royal Curragh) 41pts
Silver Medal (Best Nett <20 handicap): Olivia McCrystal (Holywood) 39pts
Silver Medal (Best Gross): Aine Donegan (Woodstock) 36 gross pts
Bronze Medal (Best Nett 21 – 36 handicap): Aoife Quinn (Dun Laoghaire) 38pts
2nd Nett: Tara Laverty (Royal Portrush) 39 pts
3rd Nett: Chloe Maples Gaffney (Royal Tara) 39pts
Caption: Seapoint Lady Vice Captain Mary Upton, ILGU President Vonnie Noonan and Seapoint Lady President Elizabeth Campbell with all the prize winners