Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup rankings after Crathes

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALatest (JD)2C Rankings after Crathes here.

Well done to:
Hannah and Judith Kuhnel are still joint 3rd in W8
Hannah Will has posted her first score putting her in 5th on W12
Morven Farquharson is lying in 5th place W14 with sister Kirsty not too far behind in 6th
Olivia Coman holding 2nd W16

Fraser Pain is building up an even bigger lead in M8 with Stuart Prince holding steady in 3rd and Jack Pain not far behind in 4th
Douglas Walmsley 3rd in M10
Although missing the first few events, Noah Griffin has now started to notch up some solid results and is lying in 5th place in M12 while brother Sam is also 5th M14. Duncan Will seems to be employing a similar strategy by saving himself for later in the season and has now reached 5th place too.

Remember that all you have to do is come along to any of the nominated events and you will automatically be entered into the (JD)2C.

Spoiler alert – coming along to events will also earn you Junior Participation Awards and Badges and Eddy Coman is currently tracking you all down to present you with certificates for last year.

We now have a full schedule of events confirmed to round off this year’s competition. Coming up:
Balfour  26th Aug
Pannanich  16th Sep (with our SOUL in Balgownie/Danestone the day before)
Raemoir  14th Oct
Bogendreip 4th Nov

(Message from Scott Reynolds – if you check the standings and find a mistake, especially re shadowing, please let him or Laura Farquharson know. Ta.)

Jon Duncan Junior Deeside Cup 2018 full rules and points scheme and list of events for you to target (although we’ve still yet to finalise the full list. Like to keep you guessing but hopefully not much longer now.)



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