Vincent leaves on winning note
of 72, 71, 69 and 72.
On a parting note, Vincent said he was overwhelmed to win the event and expect to defend his title next year.
“It was a good week for me and the field was very competitive and I would like to continue working hard.
“There was strong competition and I am happy that I am leaving on a winning note,” said Vincent.
Chapman Golf Club’s David Amm was second on 289 after he carded rounds of 71, 74, 72 and 72.
Amm was happy with his performances and he now looks ahead to the Harare Amateur Championships set for this coming week at Chapman.
“I had good game and it was very challenging but I now focus on the Harare Amateur Championships.
“I am really looking forward to the event and it will be held at my home course Chapman so I am looking forward to the game. 47mins 30sec. Long distance-runners — Cuthbert Nyasango, Wirimai Juwawo and Pardon Ndhlovu — are expected in Rio this week for the men’s marathon on Sunday. Camilla Kruger completed the individual event in equestrian last week and she was number 35 on the final standings out of the 45 ranked participants with a total score of 111.80. The Mighty Warriors came back home on Friday after losing all their group matches in the women's soccer tournament at the Games.