Medal Division 1: 1st Sue Vacher 92 - 17 - 75, 2nd Emma Pritchard 84 - 7 - 77.
Jermine, a former chartered accountant, who has been one of Wales' most successful amateur golfers over the last few decades, will take over from Fleet, who became the first chairman of the merged GUW
four years ago.
"It is great to be able to involve some of the best coaching talent in Wales on a more formal and regular basis, many of whom have been able to develop their coaching through the GUW
RUTHIN PWLLGLAS GUW
Medal, Churchill Cup Qualifier: 1st Sue Roberts 85-18-67, 2nd Lady Captain, Catherine Parton 82 -12-70, 3rd Laura King 74-2-72.
It is an opportunity to influence the governance of the GUW
by providing ideas for the overall strategy, endorsing the business plan, approving the appointment of directors, monitoring Board decisions and holding them to account.
Medal& Challenge Bowl - winner Carol Roberts 110-29-81.
Qualifier: 1st Darren Pierce 41pts, 2nd Matthew Lewis-Williams 40, 3rd Haydn Evans 38.
Sue Kay (104-34-70) won the GUW
medal from Cynthia Blay (104-30-74) and Chris Dutton and Lynne Watt beat Beti Burnell and Elvery Jones on a countback after they finished level on 35 points in the Australian Spoons.
ALWYN WILLIAMS bagged 45 points to win the GUW
qualifier at DENBIGH by two from junior member Liam Rowlands with Glyn Williams third on 39.
Lloyd began representing Flintshire on the old Welsh Golfing Union executive council back in the mid-1980s and continued to serve when it became the GUW
two years ago, when the WGU amalgamated with the Welsh Ladies' Golf Union.
Danielle Jones, Rachel Wainwright and Jemma Lewis (from left - above) share the Denbighshire and Flintshire Girls Order of Merit nett prize, Jones is presented with the gross prize by Louise Fleet, president of the GUW
(below left), and Wrexham's Rhian Barton with her two awards for best performance by under-12 and most improved player