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Johnson, Costelloe tied for 1st at Moka
Leader Shane Costelloe was joined by James Johnson at the top in the Championship Division with Johnson making up the one stroke deficit after yesterday’s play at the 106th annual T&T Open sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism. The two are tied at 223.
Costelloe held the sole lead after two days of the competition which started on Thursday at St Andrew’s Golf course in Moka, Maraval. Costelloe maintained his lead in the Championship Flight by one stroke on the second day’s play on Friday after shooting a six-over-par 78 (148). The day proved difficult as the scores were one stroke higher than the average on day one. Johnson (149) had narrowed the gap on Costelloe after he shot a three over-par 75.
There is a three-way tie for third with Clint Alfred shooting 73 to tie with Roger Gill (75) and the young Sachin Kumar (74). The three are three strokes behind the leaders. In the Super Seniors Category, there is another three-way tie for first place with two players finishing the day at 229. The trio of Fabien Lee Foorn, Arjune Samlal and Tyrone Leung will battle it out today for the win.
The Seniors Category saw Richard Camacho take the lead from John Gomez when Gomez finished with 80. Camacho is now two strokes ahead at 235 over Gomez. In third place is Michael Haynes. In the Second Flight, Ross Cabral will be looking for a wire to wire win today as he maintains his lead with a 13-stroke lead over Jason Collier. In the First Flight, Jonathan Mitchell continues to lead after shooting 84 (247) with Junior Charles jumping up to leaderboard into 2nd place after a five-over-par 77 (252). Steve Durgadeen is one stroke back with 253. Play continues today from 6.33 am.
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