Date: April 14, 2009

NSW retains lead after solid wins

RESULTS Click here to view the results from Round 4 New South Wales have retained their lead at the Australian Boys Interstate Teams Matches at Alice Springs Golf Club after another two rounds of action on Easter Monday. In the morning round, the NSW team made short work of the Northern Territory team with a 5-0 victory. Daniel Yu, Jordan Zunic and Dimi Papadatos all had comprehensive victories. The afternoon was an equally productive session for the NSW squad with a 4-1 win over the Australian Capital Territory team to move to a three match and one contest lead over Queensland who leapt from a tie for fourth into second place. Queensland s rise began in the morning as Cameron Smith, Maverick Antcliff, Nathan Kinch and Simon Worrall won to defeat Victoria 4 to . Smith, Antcliff and Kinch continued that good form into the afternoon with a 4-1 win over the ACT team to move three matches clear of Victoria and into second position. Victoria s morning loss to Queensland was offset by a 3 to 1 win over South Australia in the afternoon with Geoff Drakeford and Nathan Holman putting in solid rounds. South Australia slipped back to fourth on the leaderboard after the afternoon loss to Victoria despite a 4-1 win over Tasmania this morning. South Australian Sam Gava won both his matches. Western Australia moved up to fifth position after back-to-back wins made up for a challenging position from the opening day. The WA team were particularly impressive with their morning 5-0 win over the ACT with Jamie Warman, Daniel Hoeve and Ben Kemp all winning 5&4. Tasmania sits in sixth position after losing both contests today. The NT and ACT teams complete the rankings with both squads losing their round three and four contests. Click here to view the results from Round 3 Click here to view the results from Round 2 Click here to view the results from Round 1 LEADERBOARD (after Round 4) MATCHES CONTESTS 1. New South Wales 16 4 2. Queensland 13 3 3. Victoria 10 3 4. South Australia 11 2 5. Western Australia 10 2 6. Tasmania 7 1 7. Northern Territory 6 8. Australian Capital Territory 5