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Amanjyot leads Northern Indian Junior golf

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, July 5 (UNI) Braving tough conditions, Amanjyot Singh brought in a second round card of level par 72 to assume the lead in Category 'A' of the Sunfeast Northern India Junior/Sub Junior Golf Tournament at the Army Golf Course.

Amanjyot, with a two-day tally of two-under 142, was a stroke clear of Rahul Bakshi who was placed second at 143. Vicky Sharma was placed third at 145.

Abhijeet Chadha took the Category 'B' lead with a two-over 74 to take his two-day tally to 148. Chikka Rangappa was tied for second place with Khalin Joshi and Akash Vats at 159.

Category 'C' saw Tarundeep Singh surge into the lead with a round of 78. He sits atop the leaderboard with a tally of 157, with Ashbeer Singh Saini trailing him by one shot and Hemendra Choudhary is placed third at 161.

In the junior most category 'D' which teed off today, local lad Vidit Singh shot a round of seven-over 79 to assume the lead with Master Honey breathing down his neck at 82.

Scores (after 36 holes): Category A (15-17 yrs): 142 Amanjyot Singh (70,72 ); 143 Rahul Bakshi (71,72); 145 Vicky Sharma (73, 72 ); 149 Kanishk Madan (75,74); 150 Pradyumna Prakash (74,76) Category B (13-14 yrs): 148 Abhijeet Chadha (74,74); 159 Chikka Rangappa (81,78), Khalin Joshi (80,79), Akash Vats (78,81); 161 Anish Gupta (75,86).

Category C (11-12 yrs): 157 Tarundeep Singh (79,78); 158 Ashbeer S Saini (76, 82); 161 Hemendra Chaudhary (80,81); 163 Dhruv Sachdeva (79, 84);164 Ankur Chadha (78,86), Trishul Chinnappa (81,83).

Category D (below 10 yrs): 79 Vidit Singh; 82 Honey; 86 Gurbani Singh; 88 Jairaj Singh Sandhu, Piyush Sangwan.


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