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Five remain perfect in Apperly Shield

Andrew Richards
Andrew Richards

Pennant Hills have made it two from two in pool one of the Eric Apperly Shield.

The Northern Suburbs club was too good for rivals St. Michael’s, recording a 3 1/2 to 2 1/2 win. Andrew Richards led the way for Pennant Hills with a 7&6 win.

In the other matches at Pennant Hills, Castle Hill bounced back from last week’s loss with a resounding win over Monash. Five matches to one. Samuel Nashaar had a solid 6&5 win for The HIll’s team.

In the final pool game, the Lakes and Avondale couldn’t be split, finishing three matches apiece.

IN Pool two, hosts Manly found the going tough against their southern opponents, NSW only managing to come away with a three-all draw. Andy Li and Harry Doig led the way for NSW with 5&4 and 4&2 wins respectively.

Concord dominated the shield holders, Pymble, in the second match at Manly, walking away with 5 matches to one result. Blade Gadd and his brother, Joshua were amongst the winners, with 6&4 and 3&1 wins each.

Longreef recorded their first win of the year, four matches to 2 over Liverpool, with Clayton Small picking up a big win over Andrew Fiorenza, 6&5.

The Australian Golf Club used their home course advantage to grab their first win of the year with a five to 1 win against Bankstown. Youngster Thomas Heaton had the pick of the wins, with a 6&4 win.

Bonnie Doon’s bottom four, Jeremy Fuchs, Kurt Burns, Jones Comerford and Ethan Keane all posted big wins.

In the final game in pool three, Oatlands maintained its perfect start to the year with 4 matches to 2 win over North Ryde. Bradley Doherty and Norm Nakhoul led the way with 5&4 and 5&3 wins.

IN Pool Four, Antill Park used their home course advantage in the best possible way with a six-nil thumping of Killara. Nicholas Warren had a day out, walking away with an 8&7 win.

Cromer also made it two-from-two whit a six-nil win, Edward Jackson and Nicholas Phelps the best with 7&6 victories.

Stonecutters Ridge kept their perfect start to the season in tact with a 5 -1 win over Cumberland. with some big results going their way, Joshua Wickens and Cameron Rios-Ceballos put early wins on the board with 6&5 and 7&5 results for the team from Colebee.?

The three competing country districts, Golf Illawarra, ACT Monaro, and Central West met over two days at Riverside Oaks to decide pool five. The ACT0-Monaro come away with the coveted place in the next phase of the competition after recording a win and a draw.?

Best for the ACT Monaro side was Adam Thorpe, James Correll and Kristopher Cole. The trio all recorded two wins apiece.

18 February 2019
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