Golf: Trophies galore for star girls
Kibworth's Women's Tour professional Kym Larratt was the special guest when Leicestershire girls held their annual presentation evening at Forest Hill.
Among the trophies presented from the year's winners was the 'most improved' award, which went to Ellie York (Forest Hill), Olivia Barrs (Lingdale) and Esme Bliss (The Leicestershire).
County colours were presented to Laura Taylor (Willesley Park).
Kate Frankham (Lutterworth) was handed the captain's badge.
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She succeeds Alice Watson (Rothley Park), who has donated a new trophy, the Alice Watson Salver, which is awarded to the winner of the Stableford series. Grace Smith (Cosby) was the inaugural recipient.
The County girls' second team was awarded a trophy as winners of the Midlands North second team inter-county league, where they won all but one of their matches.
Those who took part were Emily Blount (Kibworth), Taylor, York, Briony Allen (Cosby), Maryam Khan (The Leicestershire), Alice Watkins (Lutterworth), Emily Jefferson (Glen Gorse), Grace Smith (Cosby), Stacey Huckle (Hinckley), Beth Johnson (Park Hill), Evie Crane (Forest Hill), Olivia Barrs (Lingdale) and Bethany Swain (Ullesthorpe).
A raffle was held to raise funds for the Leicestershire squad coaching weekend at Woodhall Spa before the start of next season, and the star prize of a round of golf for two girls with Kym Larratt and County coach Michael Bent was won by Claire Keogh (Kibworth) and Frankham.
Abigail Wilkin (Kilworth Springs) won the putting competition on the night.
County women's president Maggie Parker (The Leicestershire), first team captain Moira Page (Glen Gorse) and second team captain Anne McGregor (Lingdale) also attended the evening, which was arranged by County girls' organiser Helen Buckingham (Forest Hill).