Zach May (Russley) led from the front throughout the 36 hole Canterbury Age Group Championships. He opened with the round of the day signing for a six under par 67 in the morning round and continued his hot form in the afternoon finishing with a three under par 70 to etch his name on the Canterbury U19 Championship trophy. Jake Hosking (Kaiapoi) finished runner up in the U19 section with Edward Dickinson (Rangiora) taking out the 36 hole net.
In the girls field, it was Amy Weng (Russley) who had the lead after the morning round, shooting a two under par 71 to hold a four shot lead over the defending title holder Maddie May (Russley). May remained patient in the afternoon, with three birdies on the front 9 she found herself just one shot back from Weng. May had a steady back 9 to finish one under par for the round to win back-to-back titles. Weedon's member Deanna Matthews won the 36 hole net on 150.
Hayden Lam (Everglades) won the Canterbury 16 Boys title with two consistent rounds of 79, with Seb May (Russley) finishing in runner-up position. Joseph Hall (Weedons) won the net on 146.
Etienne Collier (Avondale) performed at his best to win the Canterbury U13 Boys title from Phong Nguyen (Russley). Lochie Horne (Russley) playing in his first 36 hole event won the net and also took out the Golf Foundation Cup for the best U13 net for girls and boys.
The Russley team of Maddie May, Zach May, Seb May and Anika Park won the teams gross competition while the Russley U13 team of James Walker, Yash Naicker and Lochie Horne won the net teams competition that had the best three scores of the team counting.
Scoring was very good in the 18 hole section with Jesse Mercer (Christchurch) winning the girls stableford on 38 points and Louis Edwards (Avondale) winning the boys with 34 points on a countback.
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