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Joondalup Country Club won the boys’ division one pennant on Sunday after a 5-0 whitewash against runners-up Mount Lawley at their home course.

In a final-round clash between the competition’s two undefeated sides, Joondalup’s Tom Addy, who played in the Australian Amateur Championship in Adelaide earlier this month, beat Joe Buttress 3&2 in the No.1 match-up.

Teammates Ian Pienaar, Aldrich Potgieter, Lachlan Hall and Rory McKinney, the younger brother of WA representative Connor McKinney, also won their matches.

Pienaar won his match 7&6.

It was Joondalup’s fifth consecutive flag in the boys’ division one competition, which also included Mount Lawley, Royal Perth, Gosnells, Royal Fremantle and Lakelands.

Meanwhile, the finish to the girls’ division one pennant was a tight affair, with the Mount Lawley Beasts team winning the title at Royal Perth Golf Club.

The team of Erica Tan, Ruby Fry, Isabella Leniartek, Aileen Sirait and Jorja Geyer beat Lake Karrinyup 4.5-0.5 in the final round to edge out the combined Joondalup/The Vines line-up on countback.

Both sides were undefeated during the season but the Mount Lawley Beasts’ superior individual win tally over the five rounds gave them the title.

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