The main four ladies sides have been chosen at the Toro Interprovincials with Auckland, Canterbury, North Harbor and Bay of Plenty progressing through to the last day at Sherwood Park Golf Club tomorrow.
Auckland v Bay of Plenty
Canterbury v North Harbor
Caryn Khoo keeps on stamping her power following five years from contending in the Toro Interprovincials with an agreeable win to stay another Auckland triumph and end Wellingtons battle at the beginning of today.
Any expectations of nearby side Northland making the semi-finals were additionally immediately squashed at the beginning of today with a scorching North Harbor side winning 3.5-1.5.
While the Northland number one Kylie Jacoby set up a valiant battle against the current New Zealand Amateur champion Sylvia Brunotti, she could just deal with a split as the 14-year-old demonstrated her class to battle back.
Sound of Plenty have demonstrated why they have won 16 titles as an area with a grip 4-1 prevail upon in-shape Canterbury to fly into the finals. Notwithstanding, they were going for each of the five focuses in the expectation of staying away from Auckland in the semi-last.
Luckily for Canterbury, Olive Tapu recorded a key 2up win to see them now play North Harbor rather than Auckland.
After an awesome begin to the week, Waikatos semi-last expectations were dashed as they could just deal with a divide against Otago.
Much like the ladies, competition has Northland were lowered today by an undefeated Auckland side who have gone under the radar during the time to win 3-2 out of a dazzling match.
The match was two-all entering the last opening after Scott Whiteman sent the clubhouse into a thunder with an astounding 50-foot putt to guarantee and far-fetched triumph before Aucklands number one Johnny Tynan was quiet under the weight vanquishing Luke Brown 1up.
Playing in the pool of death, this truly flavors things up as we enter the back end of the occasion with Waikato likewise going with a 100% record. Be that as it may, tomorrow they have a greater mountain to move as they confront Auckland and Wellington which will have an enormous influence in choosing our semi-finalists.
North Harbors youthful side proceeds on their joyful route with another great win against Taranaki today. They now lead their pool and look liable to broaden their stay at the Mangawhai Golf Club.
Wellington and Otago had a slight hiccup both chronicle parts against Manawatu Wanganui and Poverty Bay East Coast individually. This could return to haunt them later in the week, yet the truth will surface eventually.
It was a day to overlook for the mainlanders with Canterbury enduring a major misfortune to Hawkes Bay 4-1 who have been brilliant this week.
Tomorrow will undoubtedly be an exciting day with tee times beginning from 7:30am as we hope to secure our main four. With both the mens and womens occasion being played over that week, in 36 gaps time we will crown our womens champions with the mens finals on Saturday.
07 Dec 2017