FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Immy Williamson finished runner-up in the Cheshire Ladies County Championships on her home course Delamere Forest Golf Club.

She would have become the youngest winner of the tournament had she proved victorious against Heswall Golf Club's Lucy Jamieson, who still holds that record having won the event the day before her 16th birthday in 2016.

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It was a quality final but Jamieson emerged as the worthy winner on two-up to complete a hat-trick of titles in the event, having backed up her 2016 maiden success a year later.

Williamson received the Gladys Dobell Cup as the runner-up as well as the handicap prize for the event's best first round nett of 75.

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After two rounds of stroke-play it was down to match-play for the top 16.

Jamieson, a chemistry degree student at St Andrews University, showed her intent as she led in the opening day qualifying rounds with 146.

That won her the Doris Brown Trophy, the Millennium Trophy for the best intermediate 18 holes (18-24 years) gross of 72 and the intermediate championship with 146.

Then for the next two days it was down to match-play and wins over Zoe Evans, Lauren Jones and Vicky Turner booked her final slot.

Delamere Forest’s junior star Williamson accounted for Wad Grayson, seniors captain Caroline Berry and Emily McBurney en route to the final.

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