Royal Canadian Golf Association

Royal Canadian Golf Association

August 03, 2005 21:58 ET


-British Columbia captures fourth inter-provincial title in five years - Attention: Sports Editor, Travel/Tourism Editor COBBLE HILL, B.C.--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 3, 2005) - Lindsay Caljouw of Nanaimo, B.C. looks poised for victory maintaining a three-stroke lead over Maude Aimée LeBlanc of Windsor, Que., heading into the final round of the 2005 Royale National Junior Girl's Championship conducted by the Royal Canadian Golf Association.

Caljouw, who shot a course record 69 yesterday, remained ahead of LeBlanc as both carded even-par 72 rounds. Calijouw, the 2004 Junior Girls Order of Merit winner, leads with a two-day total of 69-72--141 and LeBlanc is second at 72-72--144.

The 18 year-old Caljouw, who carded four birdies and four bogeys, was optimistic about her chances of claiming her first Canadian title.

"I think I struggled today; but I feel really good about where I am right now," said Caljouw. "Tomorrow I'm going out to play my own game and make the shots I need to make."

LeBlanc, who carded an eagle and one birdie was pleased with her play.

"I am hitting the ball well and, like yesterday, I managed to avoid the costly mistakes," said the 16 year-old LeBlanc. "With a few strokes off the lead, I have no other choice than to play aggressively by aiming to the pins."

Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, Ont. fell back to third position at five over par while Sue Kim of Langley, BC and 2003 champion Anita Gahir of Thornhill, Ont. are tied for fourth at seven over.

Jisoo Keel of Coquitlam, B.C., the nine year-old phoneme who is playing in her first Canadian championship, was the talk of the club as she improved 11 strokes on her Tuesday score, carding an 81. Keel, who stands only 5 foot 1, has impressed many with her composure and maturity considering several competitors here this week are almost twice her age.

In Inter-provincial team play British Columbia successfully defended their 2004 title and claimed their fourth title in five years. The team made up by Caljouw, Caroline Kim and Julie Kim of Port Coquitlam (no relation) as well as Sue Kim shot a two-day team total of 447. Quebéc finished in second place at 459 while Ontario finished third at 461.

Play concludes Thursday with Caljouw, LeBlanc and Sherlock teeing off at approximately 12:27pm (PDT).
The following are the second round scores for the Royale National Junior Girl's Championship on Tuesday, August 3, 2005.

1 Lindsay Caljouw, Nanaimo, BC--69-72--141
2 Maude-Aimée Leblanc, Windsor, QC--72-72--144
3 Stephanie Sherlock, Barrie, ON--70-79--149
T4 Sue Kim, Langley, BC--76-75--151
Anita Gahir, Thornhill, ON--75-76--151
T6 Kirby Dreher, Fort St. John, BC--73-79--152
Jennifer Kirby, Paris, ON--77-75--152
8 Susan Nam, Edmonton, AB--77-76--153
T9 Ashley Smith, Calgary, AB--77-77--154
Nicole Vandermade, Brantford, ON--75-79--154
Juanita Rico, Calgary, AB--75-79--154
Dominique Pytlewski, West Vancouver, BC--75-79--154
Jennifer Brine, Truro, NS--79-75--154
T14 Laura Hildebrandt, Ancaster, ON--80-75--155
Jessica Wallace, Langley, BC--75-80--155
T16 Caroline Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--75-81--156
Melissa Mabanta, Langley, BC--78-78--156
T18 Sara-Maude Juneau, Fossambault-sur-le-Lac, QC--77-81--158
Anne Balser, Digby, NS--80-78--158
Julie Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--78-80--158
Lisa Maunu, St.Thomas, ON--79-79--158
Ashley Olynick, Saskatoon, SK--78-80--158
T23 Joanna Periversoff, Hamilton, ON--79-80--159
Pamela Burneski, Surrey, BC--77-82--159
T25 Brittany Henderson, Smith Falls, ON--77-83--160
Kaitlin Troop, Brandon, MB--75-85--160
T27 Christina Yoon, Etobicoke, ON--78-83--161
Bari Erais, Lethbridge, AB--75-86--161
Vanessa Leon, Brampton, ON--82-79--161
T30 Laura Harris, New Minas, NS--87-75--162
Heather Cronkwright, Calgary, AB--81-81--162
July Fraser, La Tuque, QC--79-83--162
Christine Wong, Richmond, BC--78-84--162
T34 Laeni Bendzik, Calgary, AB--83-80--163
Ahnna Kim, South Surrey, BC--80-83--163
T36 Danielle Mills, Pointe-Claire, QC--84-80--164
Anne-Catherine Tanguay, Sainte-Foy, QC--88-76--164
Gabrielle Cyr, Blainville, QC--84-80--164
Sarah Stebeleski, Lorette, MB--81-83--164
Nicole Zhang, Calgary, AB--81-83--164
Bronwyn Sandberg, St. Albert, AB--88-76--164
Melissa Coré, Beaconsfield, QC--82-82--164
43 Kyla Reay, Saskatoon, SK--87-78--165
44 Stephanie Simich, Mississauga, ON--81-85--166
T45 Lauren Taylor, Nelson, BC--78-89--167
Hayley Brown, Newmarket, ON--84-83--167
Adrianna Rose DiLonardo, Niagara Falls, ON--78-89--167
Kristy Chew, Vancouver, BC--81-86--167
Mireille LeBlanc, Meteghan River, NS--83-84--167
T50 Rochelle Brown, Calgary, AB--86-82--168
Marianne Banton, Woodinville, WA--86-82--168
Mary Beth McKenna, Fort McMurray, AB--87-81--168
Mackenzie Renner, Lethbridge, AB--81-87--168
Erica Rivard, Tecumseh, ON--86-82--168
55 Alexandra Parker, Calgary, AB--85-84--169
56 Angela Drane, Vernon River, PE--85-85--170
T57 Lauren Bowerman-Ritchie, Bowmanville, ON--86-85--171
Serina Irja Swanson, Crescent Valley, BC--83-88--171
Anne-Marie Pitre-Joyal, Pepentigny, QC--91-80--171
Kali Gordon, Black Diamond, AB--84-87--171
61 Alyssa Human, Kamloops, BC--85-87--172
T62 Jisoo Keel, Coquitlam, BC--92-81--173
Breanne Neufeld, Lethbridge, AB--89-84--173
T64 Chelsea Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--84-90--174
Kyla Inaba, Kelowna, BC--84-90--174
Shauna Nirmal, Nanaimo, BC--90-84--174
T67 Morgan Bell, Charlottetown, PE--88-87--175
Nari Kim, Surrey, BC--87-88--175
Michelle Vienneau, Bathurst, NB--85-90--175
Kenzie Janzen, Duncan, BC--86-89--175
Camille Stankievech, Trocho, AB--83-92--175
T72 Shay Yalowega, Regina, SK--88-88--176
Kylie Frederick, Parksville, BC--93-83--176
T74 Carla Ty, Richmond, BC--91-86--177
Christine Arsenault, Rimouski, QC--83-94--177
Stephanie Chubb, Quispamsis, NB--92-85--177
Ashlen Christie, Winnipeg, MB--85-92--177
Kate Burnett, Ottawa, ON--91-86--177
T79 Ashley Nantes, Calgary, AB--92-86--178
Deanna Zychkowski, Whitewood, SK--91-87--178
T81 Denielle Neufeld, Lethbridge, AB--94-85--179
Elyse Kinley, Powell River, BC--87-92--179
Julia Bobak, Fredericton, NB--89-90--179
Amy Roberts, Toronto, ON--85-94--179
T85 Melissa Davies, Rocky Mountain House, AB--91-90--181
Emily Milito, Ottawa, ON--93-88--181
T87 Laurenne Picard, White Rock, BC--89-93--182
Michelle Campbell, Sidney, BC--91-91--182
T89 Brittney Piché, Brandon, MB--91-92--183
Amanda Harvey, Nanaimo, BC--94-89--183
Jessica Witzaney, Penticton, BC--95-88--183
T92 Emma Free, Mill Bay, BC--86-98--184
Sarah Grigor, Oakville, ON--93-91--184
94 Sarah Ready, Charlottetown, PE--97-93--190
95 Ashley Roulston, Picadilly, NB--98-100--198
96 Brittany Cluett, Garnish, NF--107-97--204
97 Erin Lundrigan, Burin, NF--98-113--211
98 Janeil Parrott, Goose Bay, NF--106-112--218
99 Catherine Kenway, Winterland, NF--122-119--241
100 Lindsay Lowther, Charlottetown, PE--126-129--255
Par: 72 Yardage: 5943

The following are the final results for the Royale National Junior Girls Inter-provincial team championship (Best 3 individual scores count towards team total).

British Columbia 220-227--447
Caljouw, Lindsay-69-72
Kim, Caroline-75-81
Kim, Julie-78-80
Kim, Sue-76-75

Quebec 226-233--459
Cyr, Gabrielle-84-80
Henderson, Brittany-77-83
Juneau, Sara-Maude-77-81
Leblanc, Maude-Aimée-72-72

Ontario 227-234--461
Hildebrandt, Laura-80-75
Periversoff, Joanna-79-80
Sherlock, Stephanie-70-79
Yoon, Christina-78-83

Nova Scotia 242-228--470
Balser, Anne-80-78
Brine, Jennifer-79-75
Harris, Laura -87-75
LeBlanc, Mireille-83-84

Alberta 231-243--474
Erais, Bari-75-86
McKenna, Mary Beth-87-81
Rico, Juanita-75-79
Zhang, Nicole -81-83

Saskatchewan 253-245--498
Olynick, Ashley-78-80
Reay, Kyla-87-78
Yalowega, Shay-88-88
Zychkowski, Deanna-91-87

Manitoba 241-260--501
Christie, Ashlen-85-92
Piché, Brittney-91-92
Stebeleski, Sarah-81-83
Troop, Kaitlin-75-85

New Brunswick 266-265--531
Bobak, Julia-89-90
Chubb, Stephanie-92-85
Roulston, Ashley-98-100
Vienneau, Michelle-85-90

Prince Edward Island 270-265--535
Bell, Morgan-88-87
Drane, Angela-85-85
Lowther, Lindsay-126-129
Ready, Sarah-97-93

Newfoundland & Labrador 311-322--633
Cluett, Brittany-107-97
Kenway, Catherine-122-119
Lundrigan, Erin-98-113
Parrott, Janeil-106-112

The Royale National Junior Girl's Championship is open to female golfers who have not reached their 19th birthday by August 4, 2005. The championship features 100 golfers and is conducted over three rounds of 54-hole stroke play. An Inter-provincial Team Championship also takes place in conjunction with the first two rounds of stroke play.

For a complete list of competitors, starting times and full post-round results for the 2005 Royale National Junior Girls Championship can be found at

Irving Tissue, the makers of Royale, is proud to be the official title sponsor of all three of the Canadian Women's amateur competitions; Royale National Junior Girl's Championship, Royale Cup National Women's Amateur Championship and the Royale National Women's Senior Championship.

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