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Reese helps Phl place 11th


Reese Allyson Ng powered Team Philippines’ 11th place finish in the 44th Queen Sirikit Cup held at Clearwater Golf Course in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Ng, the reigning Asian Juniors Masters champ, finished with a 308 total following the final-round 72.

She finished 24th to lead the Filipinos in the meet on rounds of 87, 72, 77, 72.

Ng birdied Nos. 5, 11, 15 and 17, to compensate for bogeys on the third and 10th, and a double on the 16th in Friday’s fourth round.

Fellow Filipinas Grace Quintanilla and Alethea Gaccion wound up 33rd and 34th with totals of 320 and 323, respectively.

South Korea’s Soomin Park led her country to its 23rd team championship with 283 total.

Sarah Hammett of Australia was second place in individual race at 287, while Park’s teammate Hyosong Lee with 289.

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