Kay rocket to top of leaderboard

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Becky Kay has flown back from the Bowra & D & D's Women's Classic after killing two of them in the third round.

The talented Queenslander has a free shot at the top of the standings and has a rare opportunity to claim a hat trick of victories tomorrow.

"Tomorrow I just have to keep doing what I do – anything could happen, but I have to stick to my own game," Kay said.

Kay clearly has an affinity with this event that goes beyond her collection of silverware.

"Thank you so much to Joe and the Bowra & D & D 39 team, Lake Karrinyup and GolfWA. All the girls are very grateful – this is one of the best events. We would love to come here," Kay said.

Colleague Queenslander, Cassie Porter, had a day to remember that she managed to hit a 5-under-69 to shoot herself on the leaderboard and come in third place.

After her round, Porter said: "Today we had a very nice relaxed group. I started with no expectations of myself. I kept my focus on hitting fairways and greens and managed to hit a few putts."

Local favorite Kathryn Norris was in good shape today and also shot a 5-under round of 69.

"I birdied four of the last five holes and finished strong," Norris smiled after her round.

"I birdied the 18th – a difficult hole. I managed to release a 20-footer, which is a great way to end the round. Tomorrow I have to concentrate on every shot – it would be great to be good to end. "

Norris comes to the end of a tiring month of golf that started at the Tasmanian Open and has seen her play at the Riversdale Cup (VIC), WA Amateur and Rene Erichsen Salver (SA).

Current WA Senior Amateur Champion, Jacqui Morgan leads the 54-hole Seniors division.

After her round of 1-under Morgan said: "Much improved yesterday. Today I managed to hit many greens and improved my putting considerably."

"So happy that I was able to give the 18th to the birdie – it's always nice to get one at the end and get a good note. I crossed and had to hit a downhill putt, which I could beak."

Morgan will be back next week to defend her title at Hartfield Country Club.

The final round of the Bowra & O & # 39; Dea Classic starts mid-morning on Wednesday morning. Live scoring takes place on the GolfWA website for the women in the 72-hole event.

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