IMOGEN Williamson's top form continues.

The 14-year-old Delamere Forest Golf Club member has retained the 2021 Cheshire County Girls Championship.

This follows finishing runner-up in the women's competition and gaining selection for the adult county team.

Imogen, then aged 12, was one of the youngest-ever winners of the championship in 2019 at Caldy and the coronavirus pandemic meant that there was no championship last year.

Now playing off one handicap, the King's School Chester pupil posted gross 79 at Prestbury Golf Club to retain the trophy from her nearest challenger Freya Jackson (Lymm).

Prestbury, celebrating its delayed centenary in 2021, was placed recently in the top 100 courses in the country and provided a fantastic venue for the girls' championship, with the players having to endure strong winds and rain in the later stages.

The u16 Scratch Trophy (presented by Ruth Whitehead) was won by Milly Tighe (Ringway) with 85 leaving her clear of previous winner Josie Cowap (Crewe)

Taking the u14 Scratch Trophy (presented by Beryl Page) was Styal’s Isabella Taylor-Stokes with 83 from Jamie Hand (Crewe).

Winning the Handicap Trophy (presented by the late Elizabeth Pook) was Astbury’s Eryn Gravett 76 from Imogen Marsland (Lymm) 80.

In the 9-hole stableford for young golfers Naomi Willans (Astbury) was a clear winner with a great haul of 24 points leaving her well clear of Isabelle Saunders (Brombrough).

Meanwhile, the second Cheshire Union Life Members Golf Day was held at Astbury Golf Club.

It needed a card play-off on 44 points to see Alsager duo Ian Hulson and Malcolm Heath shake off Houldsworth duo Clive Warren and David Williams.

Next in on 42 were Cliff Bagnall (Alsager) and Marc Williams (Hartford), one more than Prestbury’s consistent pair of Fred Bridge and Simon Moorhouse.