Jan Crichton has claimed her third consecutive City of Orange Golf Championship title after a dominant display on the course over the weekend, while a Canberra young gun has claimed his first men's title.
Crichton, from Killara, hit 93 scratch to take victory ahead of Catherine Coates (77) and Pauline Beckton (69) across the three days, with Sunday her best day, hitting a 33 at Duntryleage.
Christine Day claimed the division 1 title by just one shot ahead of Donna Carter, 101 to 100, while Wentworth's Lorraine Swan (97) and Northbridge's Piret Simmul (96) weren't far behind.
Royal Canberra's Harry Bolton won the open men's scratch with 111, beating out Troy Swain (91) and Mark Sullivan and Mark Yates (both 88), with the field wide open after the non-nomination of Robert Payne.
Jason Woodward won the division 1 men's stableford, with his 115 enough to see off Shane Taber and local Dean Parker-Smith who hit 106 and 105 respectively.
Brady Power won the division 2 title in another win for Royal Canberra, with club-mate David Pennell also winning division 3.
Power won ahead of Paul Seward and Noel Wright, while Pennelll beat Colin Power and Andrew Francis and Brendan Olander.
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