In Summary
  • During the final round, the Red Zone’s first seed of Serah Khanyereri and Ashley Awuor beat the Yellow pair of Agnes Nyakio and Rachna Patel 2-1 to give the Reds their first two points.
  • There after, Joyce Wanjiru and team captain Wanjiru Karume also posted a 2-1 victory against Mercy Nyanchama and Frankie Gichuru. The pair of Betty Ndenderu and Mary Cox won 3-2 against Esther Karuga and Dorcas Mukabi.
  • It was however a tough encounter in the match between the Red’s Aisha Duba and Naomi Wakesho against the Yellow’s Jaini Shah and Liz Mbuthia, a match that went all the way to the 18th hole, where the two teams halved for the Red’s seven points against the Yellow’s one.

The hot charging Red Zone ladies team produced their usual final round fireworks to retain both the A and B division titles in the annual Eileen Belcher golf championship at the par 71 Muthaiga Golf Club course at the weekend.

Red’s A team collected a total of 18 points in the 54-hole Foursomes Match Play event, to beat both the Green and Blue teams by seven points.

The B team posted a total of 20 points to win by six points from the Yellow Zone, who however managed to retain the C division title for players playing off handicap 21 and 35 points.

The Yellow team won the C division Palmer trophy with 21 points, 10 points better than Blue, while the Red team was third with 10 points and the Green team was last on six points.

During the final round, the Red Zone’s first seed of Serah Khanyereri and Ashley Awuor beat the Yellow pair of Agnes Nyakio and Rachna Patel 2-1 to give the Reds their first two points.

There after, Joyce Wanjiru and team captain Wanjiru Karume also posted a 2-1 victory against Mercy Nyanchama and Frankie Gichuru. The pair of Betty Ndenderu and Mary Cox won 3-2 against Esther Karuga and Dorcas Mukabi.

It was however a tough encounter in the match between the Red’s Aisha Duba and Naomi Wakesho against the Yellow’s Jaini Shah and Liz Mbuthia, a match that went all the way to the 18th hole, where the two teams halved for the Red’s seven points against the Yellow’s one.

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