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US Open: World No 1 amateur golfer Lydia Ko thrived among the world's top professionals at the US Open which
finished this week.
Ko finishes on top
Lydia Ko has proven her worth
again -- and this time on the
The Albany resident and Gulf
Harbour Country Club member
finished as top amateur at the US
Open after carding a three-over 75
in the final on Monday morning.
The world No 1 amateur ended
the tournament at 12-over and a
share of 39th place.
The 15-year-old became the
first Kiwi amateur to make the
cut at the US Open and at one
stage had a share of 18th place,
but then carded a disappointing
seven over par 79 in round three.
But Ko made the cut and still
finished on top. Only three of the
28 amateurs in the field made the
Korea's Na Yeon Choi was
crowned champion after finishing
on seven-under, four shots clear of
compatriot Amy Yang.
Ko is also originally from Korea
but has pledged her future to New
She is also a member of the
Peninsula Golf Club, and con-
firmed Gulf Harbour as her home
club at a function in her honour
there last month.
She was interviewed by sports
broadcaster Murray Deaker at the
function, for SKY TV's Deaker on
Sport show, which screened
last week on the eve of the US
Phelan Shield back after a week off
The Mandron Masonry Phelan
Shield rugby league competition
resumes this weekend after a
The Field Drainage Specialists
Hibiscus Coast Raiders lead the
competition by two points and
play the Pakuranga Jaguars away
at Ti Rakau Park tomorrow.
The Raiders beat the Pukekohe
Pythons 50-22 in their last outing
on June 30.
With all teams having last
weekend off, the Raiders have
enjoyed their break knowing they
are two points clear at the top of
The Raiders have won four
straight games for an overall
record of seven wins and two
losses. They also have the best
points scored for and against dif-
The shield took an overall bye
last week to co-ordinate it with
the two other premier compe-
titions, the Sharman Cup and the
Fox Memorial Trophy, Auckland
Rugby League operations man-
ager Gordon Gibbons says.
A finals day for all three compe-
titions will be held at The Trusts
Stadium in Henderson on August
18.Competitions begin top four
playoffs on August 4 and the
Hibiscus Coast Raiders are likely
to be involved.
Kick off for tomorrow's game at
Ti Rakau is at 2.30pm.
The Raiders next play at home
against the Ponsonby Ponies.
Manly Park women undefeated
By BOB HOWITT
Birkenhead Brumbies in the
men's competition and Manly
Park in the women's have quali-
fied as the top teams for the Win-
ter Cup interclub playoffs at
Manly next Friday.
The Manly Park women's team
of Val Botica, Elizabeth Ring,
Rozell Kyle and Robyn Henderson
distinguished themselves as the
only team to come through the
nine rounds of qualifying play
They finished three points
ahead of Mairangi Bay and will
take on the eighth-placed team,
Warkworth A, in the quarter-
Four teams finished equal top
in the men's competition, each
winning seven of their nine
matches, but it was the Birken-
head Brumbies team of Lionel
Drew, Paul Freeth, Marty Short
and Garry Banks that claimed the
No 1 position with the best differ-
The other teams that claimed a
share of top spot were Takapuna,
Mahurangi East Dolphins and
Mahurangi East Orcas.
The major movers on the final
day of qualifying were Orewa
Otters in the men's competition
and Warkworth A in the women's.
The Otters jumped from 11th to
sixth (displacing Northcote in the
top eight) while in the women's
competition Warkworth advanced
from 10th to eight at the expense
of Orewa Otters.
Men (Don Gillespie Winter Fours):
Birkenhead Brumbies 14 points (+102),
Takapuna 14 (+75), Mahurangi East
Dolphins 14 (+50), Mahurangi East Orcas
14 (+31), Browns Bay Beavers 13, Orewa
Otters 12 (+40), Manly Mohawks 12
(+13), Mairangi Bay 12 (-32), Northcote
10, Warkworth Warblers 8, Manly Maulers
8, Glenfield 8, Warkworth Wombats 7,
Birkenhead Broncos 6, Belmont Park 6,
Silverdale RSA 4, Orewa Ospreys 0,
Browns Bay Badgers 0.
Quarter-final draw (July 20 at Manly):
Birkenhead Brumbies v Mairangi Bay,
Takapuna v Manly Mohawks, Mahurangi
East Dolphins v Orewa Otters, Mahurangi
East Orcas v Browns Bay Beavers.
Women: Manly Park 17 points, Mairangi
Bay 14 (+58), Browns Bay Belles 14
(+57), Browns Bay Blossoms 12, Orewa
Ospreys 11 (+55), Mahurangi East Merlins
11 (+54), Manly Magic 11 (+26),
Warkworth A 8, Birkenhead 7, Mahurangi
East Mystics 7, Orewa Otters 6, Warkworth
B 4, Takapuna 2, Belmont Park 2.
Quarterfinal draw (July 20 at Manly): Manly
Park v Warkworth A, Mairangi Bay v Manly
Magic, Browns Bay Belles v Mahurangi
East Merlins, Browns Bay Blossoms v
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