Railway club’s Samuel Njoroge played six over par to grab the lead in the second day of Kenya Amateur Strokeplay championships on par 72 Sigona golf club
Fresh from winning double Kenya Amateur Golf Championships in Nyanza (Hippo Pot) and Karen Challenge, Njoroge fired one over par 73 and three over par 75 in the second and third rounds respectively to lead Dubai based Bradley Mogire with a single shot heading into the fourth and last round on Sunday.
Njoroge played a total of six over par 222 after adding his two over par 74 in the played in the opening round to oust round one leader John Kariuki from Limuru who played level.
Mogire maintained his second place after sinking seven over par 223. He carded four over and two over in second and third rounds plus one over in the opening round.
Reigning KAGC champion Edwin Mudanyi completed the podium with nine over par 225.
Vet Lab Mudanyi started with seven over in round one but recovered well in the second round with one under 71 and three over in the third round.
Leader board after third round.
1. 222 Samuel Njoroge (Railways)-74,73,75
2. 223 Bradley Mogire (Dubai)-73,76,74
3. 225 Edwin Mudanyi (Vet Lab)-79,71,75
4. 225 Tuimur Malik (Windsor)-78,70,77
5. 226 Simon Njogu (Great Rift)-79,71,76.