PRIME 7 90 Results
Tuesday 10th January, 2012
The Prime 7 90 is in full swing and the results durint the first 2 days show some very good gold is being played.
In the Under 18 there were 3 players on 63; Travis Smyth (St Michaels), Bdeau Fraser (Kiama) and Ethan Blackwell (Macarthur Grange) at Russell Vale. This was followed up at Port Kembla with a 73 from Travis with our visitor from New Caledonia scoring 74.Overall Travis is leading Ugo by 136 to 139.
The nett results show Thomas Day (Goulburn) with a 55 at Russell Vale followed by Beau Fraser (Kiama) with a 57 at Russell Vale. At Port Kembla Ugo Ottogslli had a 73 closely followed byTravis Smyth and Justin Mendygral (The Grange) on 73s. Overall the leader in the nett are Beau Fraser and Mark Panopoulos with 134 closely followed by Ugo Ottogalli on 135.
In the Under 16 age group there were great scores on day one with Daniel Reale (NSW) on 58, Ben Clapham (Mt Broughton) 59, and David Woodall on 60. On day two Ben Clapham and David Woodall lead on 74 and 77 respectively with the overall leaders being the same two gentlemen.
In the nett scores Daniel Reale had 52 on Day 1 with Jacob Pritchard on 56. On Day 2 Ben Clapham stood out with 72, followed by Jack Kessell (port Kembla) and Daniel Poposki (Wollongong) each on 73.
Overall nett scores indAY 1 dicate that Ben and David are leading with 129 and 131 respectively, closely followed by Daniel Reale on 133.
Under 14 showed that Jamie Krzyszczak (Links Shell Cove lead on Day 1 with a 68 followed by a 79 on Day 2. In the nett Nelson Parlato (The Grange), Joseph Mikhael (Hurstville) and Jye Staff (New Brighton) led with 52s. Thomas Popovski (Port Kembla and Nelson had 67 and 68 respectively.
Overall the gross leaders are Jamie Krzyszczak on 147 and Thomas Popovski on 157. The leaders in the nett are Nelson Parlato on 122 and Thomas Popovski on 125.
In the girls there is a tight struggle between Natika Dunn (Links Shell Cove) and Stefanie Hall (Port Kembla). They both had 80s at Russell Vale and 90s at Port Kembla, with Gabbi Beohm (Kareela) showing that the Encouagement Award she received last year is paying dividends and she leads the Girls Division nett by 16 shots with 124.