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The Australian Boys' Interstate Teams Matches is Australia's premier Junior Amateur Team Golf Championship. Each State and Territory is represented by six players with five players contesting singles match play each round in a round robin format.
The first Australian Boys’ Interstate Teams Matches was played in 1958. The Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory joined the competition in 2000, while New Zealand last competed in the event in 1997.
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The Victorian Boys' Team has won the Australian Boys' Interstate Teams Matches title for the first time since 2008 after victory over New South Wales in this morning's final round in the Yarra Valley.
With the title resting on this morning's contest, the Victorians won 4-1 to clinch victory.
In an incredible team performance, the Victorians won 32 of a possible 35 individual matches over the four days, making it 10 victories in the championship since it began in 1958.
Zach Murray and Blake Collyer were undefeated for the champions.
New South Wales finished in second place, one and a half contests clear of Queensland who finished third.
Western Australia were fourth followed by South Australia in fifth.
The ACT, Tasmania and Northern Territory rounded out the leaderboard.
Daily Pairings & Results:
> Round 1
> Round 2
> Round 3
> Round 4
> Round 5
> Round 6
> Round 7
Sunday 13 April: Rounds 1 and 2
Monday 14 April: Rounds 3 and 4
Tuesday 15 April: Rounds 5 and 6
Wednesday 16 April: Round 7 and Presentation
Conditions of Play:
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> Download the Draw. Team seedings will be based on the aggregate of the rankings of team’s players from the Australian Junior Ranking Systems as at 12 March 2014.
Distance Measuring Devices:
Please be advised that the following Local Rule will now be in effect for the Championship:
In this competition a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. If, during a stipulated round, a player uses a distance-measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect their play (eg gradient, windspeed, temperature, etc), the player is in breach of Rule 14-3, for which the penalty is disqualification, regardless of whether any such additional function is actually used.
The following page on the R&A Website provides guidance around the conformance of various DMDs -
R&A Advice on DMDs (if a player uses a non-conforming DMD during competition play, they will be disqualified).
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