Date: July 03, 2018
Author: Dave Tease

Hall steals the show at CHSSA Champs

Heathcote High School’s Jackson Hall has shot a stunning six under par 66 to lead the Sydney East boys team to a decisive nine-shot lead over their nearest competitors, South Coast, on day one of the NSW Combined High Schools Sports Association Championships at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort.

Hall’s teammates, Jeffrey Guan (73) and Ali Rachid (75) helped the outfit post an impressive two-under-par 214 total. The fourth member of the team, Sebastian Twaddell posted a very competitive 77, but with only the best three of four required, his score didn’t count.

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The South Coast squad led by Will Daibarra’s one under 71 are in second place. Luke Taylor carded a 75, while Jye Halls and James Dickinson posted matching rounds of 77.

Behind the Sleading two teams, Sydney North (232), North Coast (234), and The Hunter ( 236) are separated by just four shots. North Coast’s Fletcher Murray, who also plays for Bonnie Doon in Sydney, carded the second-best round of the day, a two-under-par 70.

Boys team scores after Rd1: 214 Sydney East. 223 South Coast. 232 Sydney North. 234 North Coast. 236 Hunter. 248 Sydney West. 258 tied North West & Western.

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Sydney North going strong

The Sydney North trio of Yeleen Son (82) Charlotte Campbell(83) and Yerin Kim (80) lead the girl's division by 17 shots after the first round.

The Hunter, led by Piper Prince is in second place on 262, while just four shots back are Sydney East on 266.

Girls team score after Rd1: 245 Sydney North. 262 Hunter. 266 Sydney East. 276 North Coast. 318 Riverina.

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In the Tony Stair Challenge contested between the teams from Combined High School (CHS), Combined Independent Schools (CIC), and Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC), it is the Combined Catholic Colleges who hold a six-stroke lead on 463 strokes, with the CHS and CIS tied on 469.

Leading Individual scores Boys: 66 Jackson Hall, 70 Fletcher Murray, 71 Will Diabarra, 72 Jonathan Boediman, 72 Corey Lamb, 72 Harrison Crowe, 73 Jeffrey Guan, 74 Isaac Outridge, 74 Brandon Vella.

Leading Individual scores Girls: 72 Kara Williams, 75 Angelina Gong, 77 Brielle Mapanao, 79 Charlotte Perkins, 80 Yerin Kim, 82 Yeleen Son, Jasmine Driscoll, 82 Annika Boyd.




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