Monday, July 03, 2017

Scottish U18 boys championship match-play at Scotscraig

No 2 seed Marc Watt and title-holder Eric

McIntosh both KOd

Following the defeat of top seed Darren Howie (Peebles) in his first match-play tie of the Scottish U18 boys' championship at Scotscraig Golf Club, Fife, the No 2 seed, Marc Watt (Inverallochy) was beaten in this morning's third round.
The Buchan loon lost by 3 and 1 to James Morgan (Longniddry).
Another "big name" to go out of the championship was defending champion Eric McIntosh (Bruntsfield Links). He lost by one hole to Edzell's Aidan Smith.
Last year's beaten finalist, Lewis Irvine (Kirkhill) advanced with a 2 and 1 win over Lewis Brown (Tobermory).
The highest seed left in the championship is No 3 Campbell Gibson (Blairgowrie) who was a 3 and 1 winner over Ciaran Paterson (Ratho Park).
J Marchbank (Dumfries and Galloway) bt R Mair (Buckpool) 2 and 1.
A Murray (Troon Welbeck) bt J Williams (Sandyhills) 1 hole.
G Dalziel (Airdrie) bt C Dufftown (Aboyne) 3 and 2.
C Jack (Sweden) bt C G Daun (Inverness) 1 hole.
D Walsh (Lochgelly) bt S Pears (Nairn Dunbar) 3 and 2.
E Orr (Kemnay) bt J Johnstone (Bellingham) 1 hole.
L Gillies (Nairn) bt K Bowman (St Andrews New) at 20th
M Wilson (Forres) bt J MacKintosh (Nairn) 4 and 3.

L Irvine (Kirkhill) bt L Brown (Tobermory) 2 and 1.
A Smith (Edzell) bt E McIntosh (Bruntsfield) 1 hole.
J Greer (Joondalup) bt W Ladbroke (Gullane) 4 and 2.
C Gibson (Blairgowrie) bt C Paterson (Ratho Park) 3 and 1.
C Bruce (Duff House Royal) bt R McAuley (Fereneze) 1 hole.
E Wheat (Royal Montrose) bt I Taggart (Lenzie) 1 hole.
N McCulloch (Kingsknowe) bt A Bendall (Castle Douglas) 3 and 2.
J Morgan (Longniddry) bt M Watt (Inverallochy) 3 and 1.

Marchbank bt Murray 2 and 1.
Dalziel bt Jack 1 hole.
Walsh bt Orr  2 and 1.
Gillies bt Wilson 3 and 1.

Irvine bt Smith 1 hole.
Greer bt Gibson 4 and 3
Bruce bt Wheat 5 and 4.
McCulloch bt Morgan 6 and 5

08.00 Marchbank v Dalziel.
08.15 Walsh v Gillies
08.30 Irvine v Greer
08.45 Bruce v McCulloch

Semi-finals at 12.45 and 13.00



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