Masters: After 6 Rounds: Mc Cosker 18pts, Hannigan 18pts, Young 13pts, Doyle 12pts, Oliphant 12pts, Mc Nally 12 pts, Miller 12pts.
I think it’s clear who will finish in the top two positions but in what order? They have both played against many of the other top challengers (except Miller) and I assume this is happening today.
It’s interesting to note that Shane has scored a win and draw in the first 6 rounds (3pts x 6) while Myles has had one drawn round (Oliphant), then he won both games against Phillips, Mc Nally, and Young, while losing (1-3) to Mc Cosker. Great scoring indeed. The British Open does not have repairing, so it’s now the biggest score on the run in to the finish.
Both of these players will be playing at Lille, France, in addition to Ireland’s Garrett Owens. It’s also worth noting that Shane played in the WQT 2007, 2009, and 2010 without loss of a single game, and was the only player to beat Borghetti at the WQT 2010. He’s a serious challenger for the Gold Medal, and Hannigan won’t be at the back of the class either!
Intermediate: After 6 Rounds: B. Poole 18pts, B. Kelly 17pts, J. Jolliff 17pts, C. Boyle 15pts, I. Caws 14pts, K. Lovell 13pts, J. Caws 13pts, C. Young 13pts.