The Mount Lawley juggernaut continued on its way in Division One of Women’s Pennants, however Royal Perth has emerged as a threat after two rounds of the competition were complete on Sunday at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.
Royal Perth asserted their dominance and sent an ominous warning sign yesterday after whitewashing Cottesloe 7-0 in their contest.
WA Junior Girls’ squad member Brooke Price led from the front with a 1up victory as the top seed, with Tracy Kudelka and Minke Terblanche also finding easy wins in their matchups.
Mount Lawley maintained their lead at the top of the table with a comfortable 6-1 victory over Wanneroo. Eve Cohen and Alysha Ahnantakrishnan were again the stars of the day, dominating up front for the defending champions.
Alice Chang and Erina Tan put the result beyond doubt with the Mount Lawley side now taking a two-point lead going into the third round.
The match of the round belonged to Lake Karrinyup and WA Golf Club with both sides desperate for a victory to keep their finals hopes alive.
Claudia Pisano began in the best possible fashion taking down the experienced Jenny Herbst 5 &4 in the opening match. Georgia Garner-Dart fired straight back however, with a 2&1 win over Mardi Evans.
Janine Northrop put WAGC ahead once more, however wins to Jo Ford and Regina Gaugers was enough to secure a come-from-behind victory for Lake Karrinyup 4-3.
Mount Lawley and Melville Glades continued their dominance of Division Two with strong victories at Mandurah Country Club on Monday.
Lake Karrinyup could only manage two matches against the more fancied Mount Lawley side, with mainstays Karen Bond, Deb Majteles and Kaye Wolfe all recording wins in their respective matches.
Nedlands are anchored to the bottom of the ladder after a poor 7-0 whitewash at the hands of Melville Glades, while Royal Perth thumped The Vines 6-1 in their clash.
Sue Palu played out a thriller against Kathy McGregor with Palu clinching the tie on the 19th hole.
Joondalup look the team to beat in Division 3 after a narrow 4-3 victory over the WA Golf Club saw the side even on points with Royal Fremantle post round two.
Margret Potter led her Royal Freo side to a 4-3 victory as well, with late wins for Gosnells not enough to get over the line.
Lynne Malone was at her brilliant best for Cottesloe in their clash with Lakelands, winning 8 & 6 against Chris Rogers, to push the side to a 4-3 victory.
Kwinana hold a slender advantage at the top of the table after a clutch 4-3 victory over Royal Perth at Wanneroo Golf Club in Division 4.
Elsabe Connor, Nola Wheatley and Kim Tee were too strong at the top of the order, and despite a number of lower order wins, RPGC couldn’t recover.
WA Golf Club and Mount Lawley were the other big winners in a division that continues to be tight throughout every match.
Mount Lawley’s club dominance has stretched to Division Five with the side sitting alone at the top of the table after a halve and a win over the first two rounds.
Annie Serra and Erica Warren were impressive for the Mount Lawley team in their win over Cottesloe at Nedlands Golf Club.
Sea View got their first victory for the campaign defeating Royal Fremantle 4-3.