Wilson and Aisbett strong in Samoa Open

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ALL IN THE NAME OF GOLF: Some of the golfers taking part in the S.I.F.A Samoa Golf Open which ends today at Tuanaimato.

ALL IN THE NAME OF GOLF: Some of the golfers taking part in the S.I.F.A Samoa Golf Open which ends today at Tuanaimato. (Photo: Misiona Simo)

The second day of the Invest Samoa Open and Senior Open yesterday saw both leaders from Day one consolidate with subpar second rounds.

Peter Wilson, the Samoa Open Defending Champion, although having the most difficult of the conditions due to late rain hitting the Faleata Golf Course carded a solid 68 which included five birdies and only one bogey.

Wilson sits on a two round total of 11 under 133 three shots clear of Pieter Zwart of NZ who had rounds of 67 and 69.

Leapai Rechard Brown, Kilo Brown(Youngest of the Tournament) , Atapana Senerivi
Leapai Rechard Brown, Kilo Brown(Youngest of the Tournament) , Atapana Senerivi
Van Wright and Levao Iulai Lesa.
Van Wright and Levao Iulai Lesa.
Allin May and Tim Elliott.
Allin May and Tim Elliott.
Two of the professional golfers.
Two of the professional golfers.
Glenn Joyover and Mark McFadden.
Glenn Joyover and Mark McFadden.
Dana Mcardla, Mavaega Mavaega, Daritt Lavery
Dana Mcardla, Mavaega Mavaega, Daritt Lavery

Stephen Aisbett from New South Wales Australia had six birdies and two bogies in his second round 68 to lead the Invest Samoa Senior Open on 135 nine under par.

Hot on his heels and joining him in the last group of Legends today are Brad Burns from Queensland and three time champion Richard Backwell who are one and two shots behind respectively.

Play starts today from 7.30am with the leaders in the Taula National Championships hitting off ahead of the Professionals who will start at 8.40am with the leaders teeing off at 10.30am.

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