Ryan and Tayla win

AND the winners are Calliope's Ryan Kettle and Boyne Island's Tayla Jefferies.

Playing six-hole junior golf, Kettle won the overall Central Queensland Junior male golfer of the Year scoring 48 points in the Gross division.

It was close with Kettle winning the title by two points from Yeppoon's Mitchell Hawkins.

It was a perfect score of 50 points for Boyne Island's Tayla Jefferies in winning the Junior girls award, playing in the nine-hole division.

The win ensured the Jeffries family a rare double as her dad Mark Jefferies had already picked up the golfer of the year title for 2009.

Other gross results included Shaun Antcliff and Lily McKelvie winning the 18-hole division, Sam Phillips and Breanna Bull 13 holes division, Mitchell Hawkins and Tayla Jefferies nine-hole division, Ryan Kettle and Christiana Bull six-hole divisions.

The nett divisions went to Sam Gray and Georgia McManus 18 holes, Blake McMahon and Hollie Taylor 13 holes, Sam Perna and Emma List nine holes, Jake Swaffield and Jaimey Lee Salaway the six-hole division.



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