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Green, Bannan win Aaron Baddeley Aus final

Hannah Green
Western Australia's Hannah Green.

Western Australia's Hannah Green and Victorian James Bannan won the Girls' and Boys' Championships respectively at the Australian final of the Aaron Baddeley World Junior at the Heritage Golf and Country Club in Melbourne.

Green represented Australia earlier in the year in the Trans-Tasman Cup against New Zealand at Peninsula Country Golf Club.

The leading four boys and two girls form Team Australia to compete at the sensational Lion Lake Golf Club in China in November 2012 at the ABIJC World Final.

This is an opportunity to compete against some of the best international junior talent under professional tournament conditions.

Adam Burdett, Julienne Soo, Hannah Green, Dylan Perry, James Bannan and Lucas Herbert will travel with Tim Hewitt (Team Manager) to play in China.

Main Results :

Girls 15 years Runner Up: Julienne Soo 149
Girls 15 years Winner: Hannah Green 147

Boys 15 years Runner Up: Ryan Ruffels 148
Boys 15 years Winner: Frazer Droop 146

Girls 16 Years Runner Up: Elizabeth Elmassian 156
Girls 16 Years Winner: Montana Strauss 155

Boys 16 Years Runner Up: Kyle Michel 152 c/b
Boys 16 Years Winner: Lucas Herbert 144

Girls 17/18 years Runner Up: Georgia Macklan 164
Girls 17/18 years Winner: Johanna Whyllie 154

Boys 17 years Runner Up: Scott Maizels 147 c/b
Boys 17 years Winner: Dylan Perry 141

Boys 18 years Runner Up: Adam Burdett 144
Boys 18 years Winner: James Bannan 138

2012 Girls Champion: Hannah Green 147
2012 Boys Champion: James Bannan 138

2012 Team Champions: Victoria 431

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