Junior talent fires in Perth

QUEENSLAND has finished off the pace in the Australian interstate teams matches played in Perth last weekend.

Joining this year's Queensland open and colts team was a wealth of former Central Queensland junior talent.

In the open competition at the Royal Fremantle Golf Club the Queensland team, which included former Gracemere junior Justin Maker as the team captain and former Capricorn Country Club junior Jason Day, finished fourth.

Queensland finished with a win over Western Australia (61/2 and 41/2) with Day and Maker both winning their respective foursomes rounds while Maker won his singles round while Day suffered a 6-5 defeat.

New South Wales won the title.

The Colts teams were playing at the Western Australian Golf Club where it was another victory to New South Wales while Queensland finished fifth.

Joining the Queenslanders was former Rockhampton junior Nathan Roberts.

Queensland finished with a 4all squared match with Western Australia. Roberts squared his foursomes round and lost in the singles event.



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