Kenya Goldf Guide

SERIOUS BUSINESS: Kenya's Nelson Mudanyi lines his putt during the second day of the Africa Zone VI Golf Championships at the Nyali Golf and Country Club.

Kenya mounted a spirited fight on the second day of the ongoing Africa Zone VI at the par 71 Nyali Golf and Country Club but could not dislodged favourites from the top of the leader board, trailing their rivals by a mere 2.5 points deficit.
Reigning champions Kenya now have 8.5 points, two more from first day’s 6.5, while arch rivals South Africa are on 11 points.
Kenyan captain Francis Kimani  teamed  up with  Amos Kamau to boost the home boys  2 up against Tanzania’s  Adam Abass and  Nuru  Mollel .
James Karanja and Jay Sandhu also  raised  Kenyans  hopes by  outclassing the Zambia’s Gibson Mutuva and Mwila Mwango by 5-4 points.
But  the  team of  Stefan Anderson  and  Boniface Simwa  lost  to South Africa’s  Ryan Driyer and  Jared Harvey  4-6 , while  their compatriots Collins Omondi and Nelson Mudanyi  lost 1 up to Namibia’s R. Jeffrey and Ruan Huyshamen.
The South Africans won all their four matches  beating  Kenya 6-4,  Mozambique 9-7, Malawi 3-1 and Zimbabwe  2-1.
Tanzania and Namibia shared  third position on seven points, while Botswana and Swaziland were tied on fifth place on 6.5 points each.
Malawi is sixth on 6 points, while Zimbabwe  are seventh on 5.5 points and Zambia is eighth on 3.5 points. Mozambique are placed at the bottom on 3 points. canada goose frauen canada goose frauen

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