Regional Academies of Sport Incorporated (RASi) is a unique
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that operate across New South Wales.

Tight Competition Over Weekend for Golfers

SATURDAY was a tough 18-holes for golfers, as they battled it out for a top standing heading into Sunday's final 18-holes. 

Both boys and girls from the academies played their first 18-holes at Kooindah Water on Saturday. It was an extremely close battle for the top three standings, but by the end of the afternoon, academies and players were ranked as follows:

Boys:

1st - Darcy Boyd (CCAS) - 75

2nd - Thomas Gill (NIAS) - 76

3rd - Chad Mackey (CCAS) & Luke Ferrier (HAS) - 77

 

Girls:

1st - Cassidy Graham (IAS) - 86

2nd - Sarah Johnson (IAS) - 88

 

Sunday's final 18-holes were played out at Magenta Shores, with James Anderson from South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) coming away with the win. 

The final rankings and places were as follows:

Nett:

1st - James Anderson (SWSAS) - 153

2nd - Mark Hancock (WSAS) - 156 C/B

3rd - Beau Willet (CCAS) - 156

 

Scratch:

1st - Luke Ferrier (HAS) - 154

2nd - Chad Mackey (CCAS) - 157 C/B

3rd - Thomas Gill (NIAS) - 157

 

The results of the team scores are as follows:

 

1st - Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS) - 629

- Darcy Boyd

- Chad Mackey

- Beau Willet

- Drew Chivas

2nd - Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) - 645

- Luke Ferrier

- Carter Nepia

- Michael Sheridan

- Rhys Ballinger

3rd - South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS)

- Blake Borton

- James Anderson

- Lucas O'Brien

- Brandon Vella

 

Congratulations to all of the boys and girls who competed in this weekends event and thank you to all of the academies who competed.

 

The Central Coast Academy of Sport on behalf of the Regional Academy of Sport (RASi) network would like to thank and acknowledge the support received from the following organisations:

ClubsNSW (Principal Partner), NSW Government through the Office of Sport, Gosford City Council, Wyong Shire Council, NBN Television (Media), Southern Cross Austereo (101.3 Sea FM and 107.7 2GO), Central Coast Tourism.