15 Jan 2020 | Amateur golf |

Duo extend lead despite storm

by Contributor

Cranbourne Golf Club

Michael Song and Jeneath Wong have extended their leads in Victorian Boys & Girls Championships. After hazardous smoke on day two led to the Championship being reduced to 54 holes, it was lightning interrupting play on day three. Play was halted with 29 players yet to complete their second round and eventually called off for the day. Song leads the overall boys event and is currently five-under par through 14 holes of the second round. With two eagles and three birdies on the day, Song leads Noah Best (-2) by five shots. Wong has extended her lead in the overall girls championship after shooting three-under through 15 holes and is six-under par overall. She leads Tiana Wanigasekera by five strokes with Keeley Marx one shot further back on even-par. Song is also tied with Nivethan Kanthan for the lead in the boys net with both players seven-under. Alexandra Phanuruk and Tiana Wanigasekera are tied for the lead in the girls net on one-under. Song and Wong are both leading their respective under 16 sections whilst Rupert Toomey and Sarah Hammett lead the Under 14 boys and girls sections. Round two will resume tomorrow morning at 7am before round three begins at 7:30am. Leaderboards

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