Vin­cent leaves on win­ning note

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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.

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