Rowe reigns supreme in Lyme Regis junior competition.

PUBLISHED: 15:46 04 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:46 04 June 2013

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The Lyme Regis juniors held their order of merit competition on the Saturday of the bank holiday weekend, writes Andrew Jackman.

There was a brilliant net 65 from Bradley Rowe that secured him first place.

The runner-up was Stuart Wight with net 68, also the lowest gross score of 73, with Lewis Cottam coming in third with net 70.

The high scoring continued the following day as Roger Turner won the Centenary Sword with a disciplined 41 points from five other players who finished on 38 points.

After count back was called into play, Paul Hampton was placed second and Mike Mudford third.

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