Sammy Leslie (Aberdeen Ladies) has won the Aberdeenshire county women's golf championship for a third time.

She won by 4 and 3 against Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) in the final which was halted on Sunday 3 May after four holes by high winds at Peterhead and rescheduled to resume this week.
Leslie, the No 2 qualifier, carried over a one-hole lead and built on it to follow up her previous title wins in 2010 and 2013.

No 4 qualifier Kimberley, who beat top seed and five times champion Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) in the semi-finals, has now lost two county finals in a row.

The handicap championship was won by Sandra Ross, who plays off 17 at Peterhead. She beat Morven Adam (Hazlehead) (handicap 12) by 3 and 2 in the final, having resumed the match at one down on the fifth tee.

ABERDEENSHIRE WOMEN'S COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP - Peterhead - Scratch - Final - S Leslie (Aberdeen Ladies) bt K B Beveridge (Aboyne) 4 and 3.

Handicap - Final - S Ross (Peterhead) (17) bt M Adam (Hazlehead) (12) 3 and 2.

Photograph: Margaret Parkinson, ALCGA Captain, Kimberley Beveridge, Sammy Leslie, Sandra Ross, Morven Adam and Pat Wilson ALCGA President.

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