Just five days after Ulster Stroke Play victory, Wilson claims more silverware at Ulster Over 18 Women’s Senior Championship in Malone.

40 players teed it up at the Belfast course with both the Senior and Junior titles on the line.

And following on from her comfortable nine-shot winning margin last week, the Castlerock golfer continued her fine form throughout Sunday carding a -4 round of 69. Annabel Wilson’s six birdies helped her to a narrow, one-shot victory over Jessica Ross (Clandeboye).

“It’s interesting having two tournaments in the same week. I just managed to play solid golf throughout the whole week, carried it on today, so overall delighted I was able to win twice,” said Wilson.

The Ulster Champion began her day with a mixed front nine carding three birdies and two bogeys, but it was on the back nine where Wilson really shone. She battled with Ross all the way and came home with three birdies across her final four holes to claim the title by the narrowest of margins.

“My mindset coming into the last six holes was I need at least two birdies coming in here and I managed to get three, and I actually needed three,” said Wilson.

“Jess (Ross) was playing lovely she finished birdie, birdie so it was nice to keep pushing when I needed to and whenever I was given an opportunity at birdie, able to capitalize on it, so yeah delighted with how I finished”.

Off the back of her two wins Wilson is hoping her form can continue to trend as the season progresses.

“Good form at a good time. Always learning as well in these weeks so just add that into the next couple of weeks that are important for me. I want to keep doing what I’m doing and see how it goes”.

Kenneally claims junior prize

Sylvie Kenneally claimed the junior prize with a round of 88 enough to give the Kinsale golfer 22 stableford points and a three-point victory over Teresa Meaney (Castlerea).

The long trip north for a preparatory round on Saturday paid dividends in the end for Kenneally.

“I came up last night, had a practice round. It’s not a course you could play without practice. The tees can be very scary. It’s playable but you do need to know it so glad I came up yesterday,” said Kenneally.

“Really lovely course. I’ll definitely be back to this course in particular. Probably be back for the Ulster as well but just the course was magnificent, in great condition”.

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