Those of you who won trophies this year haven’t been able to see them yet. Now thanks to Helen Bruce you will be able to see photographs of the trophies and lists of their past winners.
If you follow this link it will take you to a little bit of the history of the trophies: Trophies
Thanks to Elaine Dick for her History of the ELLCGA.
Follow the links to find a list of 2020 trophy winners:
Thanks again to Helen for all her hard work in recording all the winners and taking the photographs of them.
The main Prize Giving followed the AGM
County Champion this year is Grace Crawford who beat Lesley Johnson in the final at Longniddry.
Grace receiving her trophy from Vice President Carole Ross.
Jing Yun Little won the Handicap Quaich beating Lesley Wood in the final.
Congratulations to all of the players who took part in the competitions run by ELLCGA.
The full list of prize and trophy winners can be found at these links:
Thank you to Jane McMinn for the photographs more of these can be found here:
Frances Hall, Junior Secretary, reported that there were sixteen juniors this year an increase over last year. For the first time, we had entered an ELLCGA team in the East Lothian Junior Golf League and the team performed really well in this competition.
The girls’ handicaps have all been reduced this season and they have won a lot of prizes and trophies at their clubs, at junior Opens and in the East of Scotland events. Special mention must go to Ellie Bent winner of the Trophy for most improved golfer and of course to our Junior and Senior Champion Grace Crawford (pictured below with vice president Carole Ross).
Congratulations to all our Junior prize winners this year.
The full list of Junior prize winners can be found at this link:
It has been a very successful season for our Juniors and thanks must go to our Junior secretary Frances Hall for all her hard work.
Thank you to Jane McMinn for the photographs of the prize giving.
In her captain’s report Jenni Ray welcomed everyone to the meeting at North Berwick Golf Club and was pleased to announce that Catriona Matthew had agreed that a trophy could be presented in her name. “The Catriona Matthew Team Trophy” will be played for by club teams in the Autumn Meeting. One of the highlights of her captaincy was the commitment and performance of the County Squad at the Jamboree.
The treasurer, Elaine Wolstencraft reported a healthy financial position in the light of which there will be no change to subscriptions or entry fees. Some changes will be made to on-line booking, competitions will open for booking 4 weeks ahead of the competition and there will be changes to how refunds are processed.
The proposed changes to the constitution were approved including a new Intermediate membership category for 18 to 25 year olds.
The Captain and Vice-Captain were proposed for re-election for 2020. Remaining officers continued in post.