Keith champion Emma stays on the right track to grow to be the primary to finish a novel double after profitable the inaugural handicap title at Newburgh final 12 months.
Emma defeated final 12 months’s defending scratch champion Julie Henderson, from Inverurie, by 5&3 within the quarter-finals, forward of overcoming Lauren Whyte, of Aberdeen Girls, by 3&2 within the semi-finals.
Emma Logie has raced into this 12 months’s Night Specific Champion of Champions scratch women closing.
Emma stated: “I knew I must increase my sport towards Julie after she received the scratch competitors final 12 months.
“I hadn’t been enjoying my greatest and wasn’t certain what Emma would flip up on the day.
“I used to be one down after two, however buckled right down to play some actually good golf and all the pieces went my method.”
Lauren, in the meantime, had booked her place within the final 4 with a one-hole dwelling conquer Suzanne Robertson, of Fraserburgh, within the quarter-finals.
Emma added: “I’m simply happy to be within the closing after a disappointing season due some foolish pictures at instances.
“It’s pleasing to maintain my hopes of finishing the double alive.
“I had two birdies and an eagle towards Lauren, the usual was higher and it was actually pleasant.
“My placing was fairly good, in order that all the time helps!”
Whatever the end result within the closing, Emma shall be again within the scratch event subsequent season as she received the Keith membership championship by 13 pictures.
Fiona Campbell (McDonald) will entertain Portlethen’s Sarah Ritchie within the different semi-final.
A 4&2 success at Ellon towards Auchmill’s Denise Elrick secured Fiona’s spot, whereas Sarah defeated Lynda Carnie (Newburgh) by the identical scoreline of their quarter-final tie.
The six finals of the Champion of Champions, that are sponsored by Aberdein Considine, shall be held at Kemnay on Sunday, September 11.