Njoroge Kibugu third as All Africa Junior Golf Challenge ends in Cairo

Fresh from competing for Kenya at the Magical kenya Open, junior golfer Njoroge Kibugu was the best Kenyan at the concluded All Africa Junior Golf Challenge played in Cairo, Egypt.

The team kenya captain, Njoroge was the only Kenyan to make the cut at the kenya Open and was the star again at the Palm Hills Golf course in Giza in the four-day event that teed off on Monday and concluded today.

He fired three over par 75 in the final round today to cumulatively amass three over par 291 to finish behind champion Pascal Gunther from South Africa and Zimbabwean Michael Wallace for first and second positions with five under par 283 and level par 288 in that order.

Gunther also led his country to victory in the team title where they shot a total of one under par made up of 228 in round, 217 and 221 in round two and three and a final score of 226.

Morocco, who hosted the tournament in 2018, maintained their second position with 28 over par with scores of 228, 217, 221, and 226, with Zimbabwe coming home third on 35 over par and ahead of Kenya in fourth place having posted 239, 234, 234 and 232.

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