TWELVE talented juniors, including Mollymook's Jye Halls, will represent NSW at the Australian junior interstate teams matches at Queanbeyan and Tea Tree Gully Golf Clubs during April.
Joining Halls in the boys team are Lachie Jones, Jeffrey Guan, Josh Robards, Jacob Dundas and Ali Rachid, while the girls team features Belinda Ji, June Song, Sophie Yip, Annika Rathbone, Brielle Mapanao and Angelina Gong.
The boys matches will take part at Queanbeyan Golf Club from April 20 to 23, while the girls will be held at Tea Tree Gully Golf Club in South Australia from April 20 to 22.
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Khan Pullen, Golf NSW's high-performance manager, was thrilled to announce the teams.
"All of those athletes selected are developing exemplary playing records, and certainly deserve the honour of representing New South Wales," Pullen said.
The interstate teams matches follow the Australian Junior Championships which will be held on from April 15 to 17 at Gold Creek Country Club for the boys and South Australia's Grange Golf Club (East Course) for the girls.
Both the Australian boys' and girls' amateur are played over 72-holes stroke play with the respective champions likely to receive exemptions into the 2020 Australian Open at Kingston Heath Golf Club and the 2021 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open.