Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Only four Scots qualify for British boys'

match-play at Royal Portrush

Only four Scots - Gregor Graham (Blairgowrie), Connor Wilson (Castle Park), Aidan O'Hagan (Old Ranfurly) and Lewis Irvine (Kirkhill) - were among the 64 competitors with 36-hole totals of 149 and better who qualified today for the match-play stages of the British boys' championship at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland.
Robin Williams (Peterborough), 69 71, and Mark Power (Kilkenny), 71 69, jointly headed the qualifiers on three-under 140.

Here is how the Scots fared:
144 G Graham (Blairgowrie) 69 75 (T14)
145 C Wilson (Castle Park) 75 70 (T22)
146 A O'Hagan (Old Ranfurly) 74 72 (T26)
149 L Irvine (Kirkhill) 75 74

DID NOT QUALIFY
151 B Caton (St Andrews New) 74 77 (T81)
155 M Wilson (Forres) 79 76, C Scott (Nairn) 83 72, C Gallagher (Longniddry) 76 79 (T140)
156 L Waldron (Royal Aberdeen) 74 82 (T165)
158 G Dalziel (Airdrie) 78 80 (T187)
160 J Broun (Ayr Belleisle) 80 80 (T208)
166 L Bryce-Maynard (Moray) 83 83 (T234)

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