Junior Golf: Royal Fremantle only unbeaten side after round 2


Mandurah’s Connor McKinney
Mandurah’s Connor McKinney

ROYAL Fremantle remain the only unbeaten boys side in top division golf after two rounds of the Junior Pennant season.

Last year’s runners up were clinical on Sunday at the WA Golf Club, defeating Mandurah 5-2, with Zac Capelli and Jake Anderson recording dominant wins.

Mt Lawley and Royal Perth couldn’t be split in their clash, with both sides fighting hard to halve 3.5-3.5, while Joondalup narrowly edged Cottesloe 4-3 in a tight contest.

In boys’ division two, Gosnells, Melville Glades and The Vines made it two from two in opening their season at Royal Perth Golf Club, with all three sides equal at the top of the ladder.

South West/Goldfields pushed Melville Glades all the way but fell 4-3, while The Vines were too strong for Lakelands 5-2. Adam Brady was impressive for The Vines; with his counterpart Jose De Souza lead his Gosnells side to an easy victory over Lake Karrinyup 5-2.

The Mt Lawley Devils continued their dominant start to the girls season, defeating Royal Perth 4-2 at Mount Lawley Golf Club on Sunday.

Kirsten Rudgeley and Erina Tan were in form once again and cruised to victories, while Amanda Gan was the other big winner over Aiyana Morris.

The Mt Lawley Angels got their season back on track with a comfortable win over Gosnells 4.5-1.5, while Royal Fremantle finished strongly defeating Lake Karrinyup 3.5-2.5.

In Girls’ division two, Mt Lawley wiped Kwinana 5-0 to get their season underway at their home course.

Joondalup/Sun City and Royal Perth also managed victories in a tight competition, with only Kwinana (2) winless after two rounds.

WA Golf Club and Mount Lawley remain unbeaten in Boys’ division three after recording easy wins in their respective fixtures at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.

Led by Kaiden Gott, who secured victory 10&8, the WA Golf Club were 5-1 winners over Sun City, while Mt Lawley were 4-2 victors over Joondalup. Seaview gained their first points of the season with a 3-3 halve against Royal Fremantle Golf Club.

In division four boy’s, Gosnells whitewashed South West/Goldfields 5-0 to maintain top spot, while Royal Perth and Sun City also recorded wins at Royal Fremantle Gold Club.

Pinjarra remains anchored to the bottom of the table after a winless start to their campaign.

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