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wangari, Carol wins at vet Lab and Limuru clubs

Chanelle Wangari played four under to win the Sungura Cup qualifying subsidiary golf tournament on par 72 Vet Lab golf course on Saturday.

Playing on home club, Wangari played four under 68, to open the year with a winning formula in 2017.

She said that the 2017 has begun with good tidings, appreciating her practice that led to the win.

“This shows that the year will be better in my golfing career. I played very well and this happened to due to my daily practicing on this course,” said Wangari.

She her competitor David Onyonka from Limuru golf club to second position.

Onyonka played two under 70 beating Muthaiga’s Kumar Ajit Shah on count back after they tied on two under to complete the podium positions.

Home player Henry Obino came a distance 4th after playing one under 71 ahead of fellow club members Zacharia Koech and George Warui on count back for positions 5th and 6th in that order.

Royal club’s Rita waruinge returned 7th after played level the par beating home club member N. Iraki on count back.

Hosts Abeka Ochieng was in 9th position scoring one over 73 together with Kisii’s G. Orora on count back.

Handicap 36 Carol C traveled all the way from Golf Park golf club to Limuru golf club to lift the year opener golf tournament on Saturday.

The event, which brought together over 200 golfers, Carol emerged victorious after carding 42 stable ford points beating home grown golfers.

She sunk identical 21 stable ford points in each nine to become the first golfer to win in the 2017 tournament away from home.

“I must admit that today was my day. I was not even prepared to play but I saw the need to play and eventually winning this tournament, the first one in 2017. I am in deed delighted,” said Carol.

After winning the title, home golfers took the remaining top ten positions with Patrick Mwangi finishing second after scoring 40 stable ford points.

The handicap 16, Mwangi was ahead of handicap 21 Alfred wachira on count back to complete the podium.

With home golfer dominating in positioning, M. Wairimu was a distance fourth with 38 stable ford points. Handicap 18, Wairimu was ahead of B. Boxer on count backs for 5th position.

Njunge Muingai, playing handicap 14 was placed 6th after he managed 37 stable ford points. He beat other home golfers Grace Kimeria (18), HN Njoroge (14) and N. Kaberere (13) on count backs before Paul John completed the top ten positions.

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