Sjöviken and Uppsala 2 lead the first division
18 May 2009 at 11:15 | Published by: Hans | Views: 6155 | News search
In the south first division this weekend belonged to Sjöviken IF, that clearly was the best team on Malmös eternit course and won all their matches with margin. The match of the weekend was between BGK Linjen – Sjöviken IF, but some early misses from Linjen killed the match a little bit. Sjöviken won the game with the numbers 103-113. After not loosing any points at all this weekend Sjöviken and are the leaders 4 points in front of BGK Linjen.
The first day of the competition started out fine and many good games, but the rain putt an end for that. 2 rounds on the Saturday were all that could be played after a 3 hour rain break. The Sunday started out fine and the sun was shining all day long and invited to many nice results.
The player of the weekend was clearly Jan Åke Persson, Sjöviken IF with an average on 21,4 on the tough course. Björn Andersson, BGK Linjen who played his first eternit competition for 15 years had an average on 22,1 on 7 rounds with his first 19 -score. Björn, who is a former national player for Sweden has declared that the goal for the next few years is the Oldboys national team, after having reached the sufficient age. Leif Nilsson, Sjöviken IF was the 3rd best player this weekend at 22,4 over all.
In the north first division the weekend was tighter with Uppsala 2 as the leader by one point before Tyresö. This weekend was played on the relatively easy felt course of Sundbyberg. The home team Sundbyberg made a blue score of (146) in the second round, containing a new course record of 23 by Roger Blomqvist, but that was to be the only blue match score of the weekend. Uppsala 2, lead by their strong womens Karin Wiklund and Charlotte Ryner, only lost one game to Skönsberg by one point, and is tehrefor in top after this weekend.
The team of the weekend in the north was: Magnus Westerberg, Tyresö (29,4), Sven-Inge Mellkvist, Skönsberg (30,7), Micke Jonsson, Sundbyberg (31,6), Charlotte Ryner, Uppsala (31,9) and Karin Wiklund, Uppsala (32,0).