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Month: September 2009

SA take a nine shot lead in Cairo

Yubin Jung, co leader after 36 holes in the individual competitionSouth Africa moved nine shots clear after the second round of the 72 hole stroke play African Amateur Golf Team Championships being played at Dreamland Golf Club, Cairo, Eygpt on Wednesday.

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Kelli keeps up hot streak!

Kelli keeps up hot streak!

Kelli Shean

News from Kelli Shean today is that she has won her first collegiate title in the US.

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South Africa two shots off the pace

Yubin Jung, co leader in the individual competitionSouth Africa finds itself off the pace after the first round of the 72 hole stroke play African Amateur Golf Team Championships being played at Dreamland Golf Club, Cairo, Eygpt on Tuesday.

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Beaut reports from Turkey

Beaut reports from Turkey

Ashleigh Holmes, alias Beaut

Defending champion Ashleigh Holmes reports from Turkey as the team of five South Africans and a "blonde" manager arrive in Antlaya.

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Ashleigh to defend her Turkish Championships

Ashleigh to defend her Turkish Championships

Yvette, Ashleigh, Coenie, Johan and Kim

Ashleigh Holmes is joined by Yvette du Plessis, Coenie Bester, Johan Bekker and Kim Williams at Dubai Airport on her way to defend her title in Turkey.

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KZN Win as do Southern Cape

DURBAN, 25 September 2009 – Ten years and a month to the day of their last A-Section victory, Kwazulu-Natal won their seventh South African Inter-Provincial at Durban Country Club on Friday.

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KZN behind against Central Gauteng but look good to win

Desne van der Bergh (Free State's No. 1 player)DURBAN, 25 September 2009 – Kwazulu-Natal will start the afternoon singles in the final round of the South African Interprovincial at Durban Country Club with a two point deficit after losing the morning foursomes to Central Gauteng 3 & 1.

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KZN nicely positioned to win SA IPT

Jared Harvey (KZN) halved his match against Desne van der Bergh (Free State) (right)Kwazulu-Natal are on course to claim the 49th South African Inter-Provincial Tournament after extending their advantage over Free State & Northern Cape following Thursday’s fourth round at Durban Country Club.

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KZN rule in the foursomes against Free State

Teeing off from the first teeDURBAN, 24 September 2009 - Kwazulu-Natal applied their home course advantage in the fair weather at Durban Country Club to edge out Free State and Northern Cape in the morning foursomes in the fourth round of the SA Interprovincial Tournament.

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KZN and Free State only two unbeaten teams

Jared Harvey (KZN) watches his second shot anxiously on 17th fairwayThere's little doubt that the match between Kwazulu-Natal and Free State & Northern Cape on Thursday is the most eagerly anticipated clash of the 49th SA Inter-Provincial Tournament at Durban Country Club.

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