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First-ever: Sensational show from Dubai-based teen Chiara Noja in Prague

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By Matt Smith
Chiara Noja held her nerve to close out a comfortable nine-stroke win in Prague.

The Dubai 16-year-old led from the front and closed out an easy win for her first major pay cheque in the €37,000 Czech Ladies Challenge held at Prague City Golf Club, Czech Republic on the Ladies European Tour Access Series.

Noja had been ahead from the start, romping out to a six-stroke lead on day one, before extending that to a 10-shot advantage on Saturday.

A solid Sunday got her home safely, with birdies on 1, 3 and 5 continuing that fine form before a wobble on the seventh (She bounced back from a DB to firdie the eighth).

It was plain sailing from there as no one was within touching distance,

Czech amateurs Dominika Burdova and Karolina Stara did their best but they were way back on one-under. English pair Gemma Clews and Emily Slater were one stroke back in tied-fourth.

Noja’s winning prize of €6,000 takes her to the top of the table in the LET Access Series standings.

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