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UPDATED: Dubai 16-year-old Chiara Noja blasts 65 to set the pace at Ladies European Tour Access Series Czech Ladies Challenge

By Matt Smith
Dubai youngster Chiara Noja set the pace with stunning 65 at Czech Ladies Challenge on Ladies European Tour Access Series on Friday.

The German 16-year-old left the field for dust after she came roaring out of the blocks in the early starters of the 116-strong field at the €37,000 event at Prague City Golf Club in the Czech Republic.

Starting on the 10th tee, Noja reached the turn in a blistering 32 and did not let up, adding three more birdies on her back nine to post a blemish-free seven-under.

With plenty of players still to finish their rounds, a lot could still happen, but to illustrate Noja’s early dominance, her nearest clubhouse rival was at one-over (Austria’s Katharina Muehlbauer).

As it was, no one could touch her with Czech amateurs Karolina Stara and Dominika Burdova in tied-second, six strokes back on one-under.

Noja certainly had a lot of support on social media, with messages flooding in, proving the 16-year-old’s popularity, urging her to close out what would be the biggest win of her fledgling career.

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