Law ready for Kay in Scot­tish Ama­teur

Mi­ley goes for gold in top event

Evening Express (Extra Edition) - - SPORT -

HA­ZLE­HEAD’SDavidLaw was out to cre­ate his­tory to­day as he bids to win the Scot­tish Ama­teur Cham­pi­onship for a sec­ond time.

Law, who was tak­ing on Dun­bar’s Daniel Kay in the 36-hole fi­nal at West­ern Gailes in Ayr­shire, is aim­ing to match the ef­forts of for­mer Walker Cup cap­tain Char­lie Green al­most 30 years ago.

Green was the last to win mul­ti­ple cham­pi­onship ti­tles in 1982 and 1983.

“It would mean so much more to me that the first,” said Law, pic­tured.

“I re­alise how pre­cious these mo­ments are.”

But hopes of a North-east fi­nal were dashed when Ban­chory’s James Byrne was beaten at the 19th by Kay in the other semi-fi­nal. IN­VERURIE swim­mer Han­nah Mi­ley is go­ing for glory to­mor­row at the World Cham­pi­onships.

The Robert Gor­don Univer­sity stu­dent is a medal con­tender in her favourite event, the 400 me­tres in­di­vid­ual med­ley.

Mi­ley said: “Hav­ing al­ready com­peted at World Cham­pi­onships, it's nice k n o wi n g I h a v e that ex­pe­ri­ence.”

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