ONE Lymm High School prodigy has been part of a golfing achievement that appears truly unique.

Indeed, it is believed Siobhan Grayson and her mother Wad have pulled off something never before seen in world golf.

Siobhan, who plays at Ringway Golf Club and has just finished her GCSEs, plays off a handicap of 15 and took home Cheshire County Ladies Golf Association’s Margaret Sangster Salver with a net score of 73.

The trophy did not have to go far, because last year’s winner was mother Wad – a five handicapper – having posted the very same net score.

They become the first mother-daughter combination to win the trophy in successive years.

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Wad and Siobhan Grayson with the trophy

“I am sure that the family feat by Wad and Siobhan has never happened in Cheshire before and possibly in England and even the rest of the golfing world,” Cheshire ladies captain Frances Gell said.

“It was great to get our competitive season back into action and there was a 50 per cent increase in entry for the competition compared to 2019.

“Margaret Sangster was a very generous benefactor to the County in the 1980s and 90s and even left the county a legacy in her will.

“She was a keen golfer and used to present the Salver herself and in 1989 she was made a Vice President of Cheshire ladies.

“In 1986, changes in the handicapping system required Category One players to return scores on away courses so the county added two extra competitions with the Doris Chambers Salver for the Spring competition, bought from a legacy from Doris Chambers and the Sangster Salver for the autumn competition.”

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Siobhan is presented with the trophy by Frances Gell