Moore shines brightest at Junior Medal Final

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Aoife Moore (Royal Belfast) was the brightest star in Seapoint today as she won the Junior Medal Final. 

 Aoife Moore / Image from Cashman Photography
Forty seven 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 2018.
 
Moore excelled on the back-9 shooting 23 points to add to her opening 19 finishing with a superb 42 points off a handicap of 28.
 
Olivia McCrystal (Holywood) took home the silver medal, scoring 31 gross points off a handicap of 4 while Jiaren Eina Pang (Portarlington) took home the other silver medal for the best score in the handicap range + – 20 with a score of 38 points and  Julie McGrath (Milltown) shot a very impressive 40 points off a handicap of 28 to take home the bronze medal.
 
Prize Winners
Gold Medal (Best Nett Overall): Aoife Moore (Royal Belfast) 42pts
Silver Medal (Best Nett <20 handicap): Jiaren Eina Pang (Portarlington) 38pts
Silver Medal (Best Gross): Olivia McCrystal (Holywood) 31pts
Bronze Medal (Best Nett 21 – 36 handicap): Julie McGrath (Milltown) 40pts
2nd Nett: Gillian Ryan (Edmonstown) 38pts
3rd Nett: Joanne Glynn (Tullamore) 37pts

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