Day 2 Report: Scottish Women’s County Finals

Day 2 Report: Renfrewshire Maintain 100% Record

Holders Renfrewshire made it two-out-of-two with a victory over Dumfriesshire on day two of the Scottish Women’s County Finals.

Renfrewshire are the only team with a 100% record after recording a convincing 6.5-2.5 win which included a clean sweep in the morning foursomes.

Kilmacolm’s Eilidh Briggs and Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) recorded a 2-hole victory over Corisade Lee & Jordana Graham, while fellow home player Megan Briggs & Carol White (Milngavie) battled hard to claim a one hole victory over Mirren Fraser and Diane MacDonald.

In the final match of the morning, the duo of Donna Jackson (Troon Ladies) & Liz Stewart (Greenburn) stormed to a 6&4 win over Katie MacDonald and Fiona Alison.

The afternoon singles session was a close affair, with Renfrewshire winning 3.5-2.5 to clinch the match 6.5-2.5.

In the day’s other match Midlothian defeated Aberdeenshire 5.5-3.5.

Aberdeenshire got the better of the morning foursomes winning 2.5-0.5, however, Midlothian turned on the gas in the afternoon to go undefeated winning four matches and halving the other two.

There were notable singles victories for Karen Ferguson-Sneddon (Mortonhall), defeating Curtis Cup player Shannon McWilliam (Aboyne) 6&5 and Baberton’s Wendy Nicholson, who comfortably overcame Kemnay’s Vikki  Thom 4&3.

Day 1 Report: Opening Day wins for Aberdeenshire & Renfreshire

Aberdeenshire and Renfrewshire recorded victories on the opening day of the Women’s County Finals at a wet and wild Kilmacolm Golf Club.

Holders Renfrewshire defeated Midlothian 5.5-3.5 turning the match around in the afternoon singles session with victories from Megan & Eilidh Briggs, Jennifer Rankine, Donna Jackson, Liz Stewart.

Aberdeenshire overcame Midlothian in the day’s other match by a score of 6-3. After a close battle all day, Aberdeenshire closed out the victory by winning the last three singles matches, with Vikki Thom, Jasmine Mackintosh and Kimberley Beveridge bringing home the crucial points.