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Daluwatte shines, but Algama faces tough day

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In the 14th Singha Thailand Junior World Golf Championship in Royal Hua Hin Golf Course in Thailand, Kaya Daluwatte continued to impress, finishing the day in seventh place. Her remarkable performance in the girls’ segment showcased her determination and skill, maintaining her strong position within the top seven competitors.

Daluwatte achieved a solid three-over-par round, securing a total score of 228. Her consistent play demonstrated her focus and readiness to make her mark in the tournament, positioning herself for a spirited climb up the leaderboard in the upcoming rounds.

Meanwhile, in the boys’ segment, Reshan Algama experienced a challenging day. Initially holding the 10th position, Algama faced difficulties and dropped to 13th place after an eight-over-par round, ending the day with a total score of 233.

Hong Kong’s Michelle Wong showcased exceptional play, claiming the top spot on day three with a brilliant three-under total score of 218. Wong’s remarkable skills and composure under pressure position her as a strong contender for the championship.

Salahog Bob from the Philippines took the lead in the boys’ segment with an impressive total score of 214, surpassing other competitors. Jevahn Sathsivam displayed his best round of the tournament, finishing 20th with a seven-over-par total score of 244, revealing his resilience and determination to enhance his performance in a highly competitive field.

Kumar Danushan maintained his consistent play, holding onto the 15th position with a total score of 238. Jacob Norton secured the 26th spot with a similar total score, indicating the tight competition in the middle of the leaderboard.

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