Men’s Pennant Round 4 Wrap

2nd Jul 2018

For the past 12 months Lake Karrinyup have been the team to beat in Men’s Division One Pennants, with their title drought broken in 2017 the club has moved from strength to strength, and 2018 is no exception.

The defending premiers share the top of the ladder with Mount Lawley on six points; however the side boasts a game in hand – having only dropped seven matches in their unbeaten start.

Lake Karrinyup’s latest victory was a thriller over fellow title aspirants Cottesloe; with Joe Owen stepping up in the big moments to secure a 4-3 triumph at Joondalup Country Club.

A 1up victory over Wade Mackintosh sparked jubilant scenes for the Lake Karrinyup faithful, with Brad White’s 21st hole win taking the scores to 3-3 with a match to play.

Despite Mackintosh’s best efforts he couldn’t win the final hole gifting Owen the victory.

Elsewhere, Royal Perth was too good for Gosnells despite missing young stars Robbie Morrison and Fred Lee, with the 5-2 victory pivotal to their finals hopes.

Mandurah and Mount Lawley also played out a 4-3 thriller at Joondalup.

In the end the top order of Mount Lawley was the difference with Jordan Doull, Jayson Watson and Rob Hart all securing vital wins.

Bunbury has moved to the top of the Division Two ladder alongside Royal Fremantle after round four at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.

The ladder leaders had the bye giving Bunbury the perfect chance to bridge the gap at the top, with their 4-3 win over Hartfield leaving the side with three wins and a loss.

Hartfield’s lower order looked like pushing their side towards an unlikely victory; however the class of Bunbury’s top order shone threw to take the points.

The WA Golf Club and Melville Glades were the other winners of the weekend.

Rockingham has put daylight between themselves and the chasing pack in Division Three, with the side sitting a game clear with a game in hand at the top of the standings.

The side narrowly defeated Wanneroo 4-3 at Sea View Golf Club on Sunday, maintaining their undefeated start to 2018.

Nedlands overcame Kwinana 6-1 after dominant victories to Harrison Traylen, Kayne Wardell and Jeremy Crabb.

Sun City grabbed their first win of the season over fellow cellar-dwellers Meadow Springs 4-3.

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