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Belvoir Park ace Hogg tops Order of Merit standings after sensational season

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Darcy Hogg (left) has won the Under-16 Order of Merit

Darcy Hogg (left) has won the Under-16 Order of Merit

Darcy Hogg (left) has won the Under-16 Order of Merit

Belvoir Park's Darcy Hogg has won the Boys Under-16 Order of Merit for 2020 after a fantastic season on the course.

Hogg finished top of the standings after racking up an impressive 360 points across the provincial championships this year, 50 clear of Leinster's Gavin O'Neill in second.

Although he never finished top of the podium, the Belvoir teen had an incredibly consistent campaign, coming second at the Ulster Under-16 Boys and third at both the Irish and Connacht Under-16 Boys too.

He ended his season with a top-10 finish at the Leinster Under-16 Boys, meaning he was well clear at the top of the standings come the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Warrenpoint's Harry McArdle finished runner-up in the Under-14 Boys Order of Merit, 30 points behind winner Jack Murphy (Douglas), who won the Ulster Under-14 Boys this year.

Seapoint's Dylan Keating dominated the Under-18 Order of Merit, the Ulster Boys champion finishing 67 points ahead of nearest challenger Joseph Byrne (Baltinglass).

Belfast Telegraph


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