The local hopes continue to dominate the 2018 Australian Champion of Champions, with defending champion Lee Schraner and 17-year-old Lauren Banks among those to remain undefeated heading into the final day of the round-robin event.
They were joined by Victorian Kylie Whitehead, who has also progressed through to Friday’s final two matches without a loss.
In the Mens’ field, Schraner leads all-comers on top of the standings, with Barrie Lester trailing not far behind in second, having lost his Round 5 match by a single shot to sit a win behind the Tasmanian.
The two meet in the final session of play on Friday and with Lester’s superior shot difference (+27), the gold-medal opportunity is still very much wide open.
Whitehead sits at the top of the Womens’ field, on equal wins with Banks but with a +17 superior shot difference. The two will also meet in the final session of play on Friday.
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See below for a snapshot of the results from Day 2:
Round 4 –
Mens’ Singles (MS)
VIC def. NT – 21-5
ACT def. WA – 21-10
QLD def. SA – 21-9
TAS def. NSW – 21-20
VIC def. NT – 21-12
WA def. ACT – 21-16
TAS def. NSW – 21-9
Bye – SA
Round 5 –
NSW def. SA – 21-18
ACT def. NT – 21-7
WA def. VIC – 21-20
TAS def. QLD – 21-18
ACT def. NT – 21-20
VIC def. WA – 21-3
SA def. NSW – 21-16
Bye – TAS
Mens’ Singles: Mac Mclean (ACT), David Ferguson (NSW), Mark Malogorski (NT), Ryan Bester (QLD), Wayne Ruediger (SA), Lee Schraner (TAS), Barrie Lester (VIC), Warren Holt (WA).
Womens’ Singles: Anette Tye (ACT), Lee Benson (NSW), Shenayde Heldt (NT), Sandy Wallace (SA), Lauren Banks (TAS), Bev Scott (WA), No competitor (QLD – Lynsey Clarke*)