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Grande Meadows Junior golfer Erin Lundrigan followed up her 3rd Provincial Junior Ladies Golf title with her first Provincial Ladies Golf Championship in Grand Falls yesterday.  After winning the Junior title quite handily on her home course last week, Lundrigan headed to Gander as one of the favorites, having placed second to Lacey Cribb, former Grande Meadows Junior  golfer.   And Erin didn’t disappoint jumping out to a 5 stroke lead on day 1 with a score of 78 being the only lady to break 80.  She followed up on Day 2 with a 76 to take an 11 stroke lead over former champion Kathleen Jean of Harmon Seaside Links in Stephenville.  Jean managed to put a little pressure on Lundrigan on the final day shooting a 76 while Erin coasted with an 82 to win by 5.  Gale Roberts and Janet Mills of Baly Hally finished 3rd and 4th over 30 strokes behind the leaders.  Grande Meadows Junior runnerup, Catherine Kenway finished in 6th placed and clubmate Debbie Kenway participated in her first Provincial Ladies Championship.

For full scoring details click the following link:  NL Golf Association

Erin will have a busy summer ahead.

She will now join Jean, Roberts and Mills on the team representing Newfoundland and Labrador at the Royale Cup Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship being held in Moncton, N.B.   from July 27-31. 

She then joins Catherine Kenway, Taylor Marsh of Gander and Kathy Lee Doyle of Glendenning on the NL team at the Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship  being held in Hampton, N.B. from Aug. 3-7.  Deanna Moulton of Grande Meadows is the Alternate on the team.

Erin is also leading the NL Golf team to P.E.I. to participate in the 2009 Canada Summer Games which are beind held from Aug. 15-29.  Golf is in the Games as a sport for the first time and is being held at Brudenell River Golf Course in Roseneath during Week Two.  Catherine Kenway is also a member of the Canada Games Team. The competition will include both Team Competition (54-hole Stroke Play) and Individual Competition (72-hole Stroke Play).

Congratulations Erin from everybody at Grande Meadows and Good Luck girls!!!

Post Author: William Short