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Manori, Ian win monthly medal golf

Manori Jayakody (Ladies Gross) and Englishman Ian Tait (Mens Gross) stole the show at the monthly medal gold championship of Victoria Golf and Country Resort and worked off at the beautiful Victoria golf course at Rajawella Kandy.

Manori Jayakody of 'Hyundai Motor Company' fame at last struck form to win the Ladies Gross champion with a Gross score of 93 followed by Fran de Mel Gross 98 and Jyoti Haynes Gross 99 making it a closely contested battle for the top three places.

Englishman Ian Tait, a former cheshire Minor County cricketer and ruggerite did well to register a Gross 84 to win the Mens overall Gross title. But hot on his heels were Sirath Kasturiratne Gross 86 and Scott Wanigasekera Gross 85 making it a tough contest between this trio.

Sirath Kasthuriratne a former President of the Sri Lanka Cricket Foundation in England also struck form after quite sometime to finish second runner-up. He was also first winner of the Lectra Golf Championship a few years back.

The course turned out to be challenging and difficult to play on this bright and sunny day. According to the golfers the ball was coming off fast in the fairways and the golfers had to give out their best to come to terms with it.

The Overall Mens Nett Championship was clinched by Sirath Kasthuriratne who registered a Nett score of 72 playing to a handicap of 16.

Ian Tait was placed second this time with a Nett score of 78 playing to a handicap of 6.

This means Sirath Kasthuriratne had a clear six stroke lead over Ian Tait registering a comfortable win.

But the second runner-up Be Lindberg was far behind with a Nett score of 82 playing to a handicap of 16. Good scores were also registered by Mike Thornton 83 Nett and Carl Kelaart 84 Nett.

The Ladies Nett Championship was won by that versatile golfer Suwen Selvaratnam who scored a fine 69 playing to a handicap of 8. Fran de Mel was placed second in this event getting 72 Nett playing to a handicap of 26.

Third place went to Manori Jayakody who registered Nett 72 playing to a handicap of 16.

 

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