In Summary
  • The par 72 course will this weekend host the annual Nancy Millar Trophy, a popular inter-club tournament, which usually draws its teams from most of the regions in the country.
  • The event, which is marking its 71st year, is being sponsored by Commercial Bank of Africa who have this year sponsored event in various clubs in the country.

It is the ladies turn at Karen Country Club this weekend, following last week’s Karen Challenge Trophy where Limuru’s Paul Muchangi emerged the overall winner.

The par 72 course will this weekend host the annual Nancy Millar Trophy, a popular inter-club tournament, which usually draws its teams from most of the regions in the country.

The event, which is marking its 71st year, is being sponsored by Commercial Bank of Africa who have this year sponsored event in various clubs in the country.

During last year’s tournament, the Rose Naliaka Academy girls based at the semi-public Golf Park Club, posted a record 223 points made up of 76 in the first round, 79 in the second and 68 in the third and final round, to retain the trophy they had won in 2015.

Last year’s team was made up of Serah Khanyereri, Faith Ontune, Doris Mideva and Ashley Awuor.

Making a comeback in the team this year as the Naliaka girls go for a treble, will be Loise Akinyi who has replaced Khanyereri.

They are expected to face a strong challenge particularly from the Karen team of lady Captain Louisa Gitau, Salma Watt, Rose Ndunge Musau and Margareta Gram. There is also the team of KLGU Chairman June Waweru, Doreen Kairuthi, Eunice Maranya and Karen Kandie and that of Sue Williamson and Cherry Ritchie (Great Rift Valley), Betty Bundotich (Malindi) & Sheena Round-Turner (Windsor).

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