CLEOBURY Mortimer golfer Emily Price has once again showed her supreme talent by winning the Shropshire Schools girls’ golf tournament on her home course.
The youngster made a mockery of the conditions to shoot a gross 73 which is one over par for the 18 holes.
She matched the England international boys who were also competing at Cleobury Mortimer and recorded scores of 71.
Dad Kelvin Price said: “Emily has been practicing hard all winter and to win this, her first tournament of the year really sets her up for a busy schedule.
“We will be travelling all over the country this year and hope to be in the mix competing at the top of the leader board in many of them.”
Meanwhile, Mortimer staged their ever popular double roll-up tournament at the weekend.
Ian Downes and Andy Johnson shot 37 points to finish fourth and fifth, while Guy Taylor further cemented his reputation with 38 points to finish third.
The day however belonged to two of Cleobury’s bright young prospects.
Jack Severn shot 39 points to finish second and Alex Barnes shot 40 points to win.
Both have been working hard on their golf over the winter and are now starting to see the rewards.
Craig Richardson won Division One of the monthly medal at Kidderminster Golf Club.
Cleobury Ladies played Worfield Ladies at Worfield and were beaten 5-1.
They then defeated a team from Langmynech 4-1.
Kidderminster GC results – monthly medal Division One: Craig Richardson 68 points; 2 James Bulmer net 72; 3 David Taylor 72; 4 Bob Taylor 73.
Division Two: 1 Kevin Woodham net 71; 2 Jack Churchill 72; 3 Mark James 72; 4 Nigel Blay 72.
Division Three: 1 Darren Jones 71; 2 Russell Tolley 71; 3 Brian Inett net 72; 4 Leslie Jones, 73.
Ladies mid weekAustralian Spoons qualifier (18 holes): 1 Betty Dean, Jill Randle 23 stableford points; 2 Shirley Caswell, Janet Skura 15.
Nine-hole Stableford: 1 Sue Allen 16; 2 Gill Sanderson 11; 3 Chris Lockley 10; 4 Rose Burton 9.
Eighteen-hole Stableford: 1 Margaret Greenfield 37; 2 Sue Mobberley 27; 3 Jenny Leaning 25; 4th Sheila Chambers 25.