The Morrisburg Golf Club’s Women’s Intersectional team put together a first place finish here on Sunday, July 19, to work their way out of the match play tournament’s K division and into J division for next summer’s play.
Leading the Morrisburg team were Anita Cooper, Judy Laurin and Lori-Anne Davies, the three all claiming four point wins in their matches against Oaks of Cobden and Cedar Glen.
Donna Dillabough, Monique Lavigne-Patenaude and Vicki Boivin split their matches for two points each for the team, while Linda Barclay was blanked.
The Morrisburg team put together 18 points for the K division win and the right to move up in the popular match play tournament.
Oaks of Cobden finished in second place with 13 points and will host the K division matches next year, and Cedar Glen was third with 11.
For the local Cedar Glen team, Carole Parent won her two matches, while Shari Boyd won one and split the other for three points. Berneice Whitteker and Pat Reaney added one match win each, and Denise Lafave, Lynn Shaw and Muriel Whitteker were all blanked.
The Morrisburg team finished in second place in K division last year behind Summer Heights, and as a result were the K division host team this year.
Cedar Glen won the L division last year, to move up to K division this summer.
The OVGA Intersectionals teams play head-to-head matches with accumulated points determining the winner of each division. The format is singles matches, with each player playing three separate matches simultaneously. (Two when there are only three teams in the division).
The winner moved up a division, the loser drop down a division and the second place finishers host next year’s event.
About 50 clubs from Ottawa and the Valley participate in the Intersectionals each year.