State pride on show at #JuniorIntSeries

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Jordan Jung won both Western Australia games on day one of the #JuniorIntSeries

Day 1 results of Boys & # 39; Interstate

Day 1 results of Girls & # 39; Interstate

Victoria, Western Australia and New South Wales have perfect winning records after the first day of the 2019 Australian Boys Interstate Teams Matches at the Gold Coast Sanctuary Cove Golf Club.

Consisting of six players under the age of 18, teams from every Australian state and territory compete against the annual team game in Queensland, last hosted in the state of Sunshine in Pacific Harbor in 2012.

Players fought it out on the Palm Course for the opening two rounds under sunny skies, but a strong southern breeze appeared in the afternoon making it difficult to score.

After winning the title for the last time in 2015, Victoria started strong with a match of five against zero & # 39; in the morning over the Northern Territory, followed by a further clean sweep in the afternoon on the ACT to climb the ladder to go.

The fourth round of tomorrow afternoon against title defenders Queensland is emerging as the crucial side for the Victorian side. The local party halved the morning game against South Australia before receiving Tasmania later in the day to remain unbeaten

Western Australia lost only one individual match in its two respective win wins over the ACT and the Northern Territory, while New South Wales registered its two wins over Tasmania and South Australia. The two undefeated states will meet tomorrow afternoon in another fascinating competition from which the favorites for the title will appear.

Victoria is strongly challenged by Queensland, led by the newly crowned Australian Boys Champion, Elvis Smylie, while the impressive West Australian number 1 seed Hayden Hopewell is looking to expand his unbeaten title.

In the girls' championship in Toowoomba, defending champions, Western Australia, claimed that their dominance quickly resulted in 4-1 wins over South Australia and the Composite team – consisting of players from NT, TAS and ACT to capture the top position on the leaderboard.

The Victorian team shot early in their first game against rivals NSW, with Imogen Jones and Piper Stubbs recruiting their opponents for the team's first points. A late eagle from number 1 seed Sheradyn Johnson saw the Victorian side earn a very important half for a victory of 3.5-1.5.

The Queenslanders Momo Sugiyama, Hannah Reeves and Lion Higo secured crucial points in their games against a strong NSW side for a 3-2 upset.

South Australia stood up against a strong Victorian team after taking the lead in three of their turn matches. However, it was not intended to be SA, as Piper Stubbs and Tiana Wanigasekera scored all major games with Keeley Marx and finalized her game for the team's victory. Remarkable mention for Kay Bannan who was four down with five holes to play but bounced back to score her Victorian team a halved match and points.

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