The Hoerman Cup - Men's first division.
The third day saw James Johnson slide down a little bit in the Hoerman Cup table. Johnson posted a 75 (+3) and is currently tied 4th, 8 shots behind the leader Jonathan Newnham from Jamaica.
Scott Stollmeyer is improving his score for every day. Thursday was no exception with a 76 (+4), tied 19. Julian Jordan came in on a 79 (+7) and is tied 13.
Other results, Roger Bastic, 80 (+8) T23 and Donald Leacock. 80 (+8) T32. The Barbados team is currently ranked 4th in the Hoerman Cup on +64, 27 behind the leader Jamaica and Dominican Republic.
The George Teale Memorial Trophy - Women's division.
The Barbados ladies golfers did loose ground against The Cayman Islands team on the third day to avoid last place in the division.
Leisa Munn-Blakely had the best score of the day with an 85 (+13) and is 18 in the table. Julia Stephenson posted a 92 (+20), tied 21 together with Lynn DeCambra-McLeod who scored a 89 (+17) on the third day.
The team is now 21 shots behind the Cayman Islands to avoid last place in the division.
Ramon Baez Trophy - Mid Amateur
Carlsen Leacock and Elvis Medford, 75 (+3), lost to much ground to the leading team from Dominican Republic who is 10 shots clear of the Barbados team. The Bajans are in for a fight to protect their current second spot as Jamaica and Bahamas are only 2 shots behind followed by Puerto Rico, 3 shots behind.
Francis & Steele-Perkins Trophy - Seniors
Robert Piggot and Michael Haynes are the only realistic hope for a trophy win during this years Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships. The team is 3 shots behind the leaders from Trinidad & Tobago. The Bajans scored a 71 (-1) during Thursday play while the Trinidadians came in one better posting a 70 (-2).
We're looking forward to an exciting finish in the Francis & Steele-Perkins Trophy Division.
Higgs & Higgs Trophy - Super Seniors
The Barbados Super Senior team, Cally Boyea and Bitchmore Griffith had a very good Thursday round, posting a 73 (+1) only beaten with one on the day by Bahamas and Jamaica. The team are currently 8th in the table but with good chances to climb as they are only one shot behind the Turks and Caicos Islands and 3 shots behind the Dominican Republic. A good final day can see Bajans climb at least two spots.
The final, fourth day will continue today, Friday.
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