Jenny McRae and Lewis Gebert have emerged as the frontrunners in their respective competitions at the Horsham Golf Club championships.
McRae leads the women's A Grade competition by five strokes with a score of 242, heading into the final round of play tomorrow.
Tracey Hobbs is McRae's closest competitor, with a score of 247.
Lewis Gebert has positioned himself as the favourite to claim the men's A Grade Horsham Golf Club Championships after two rounds of play.
Gebert leads by six shots with a score of 144, with Casey Schmidt, Jeremy Schmidt and Nick Thomson all tied for second on 150.
Aaron Madin holds a slender lead in the intermediate competition, on 166, with Simon Hobbs only a stroke behind on 167.
In the men's B Grade competition, Ross Barnett holds an eight-stroke lead on 173.
The race for the lead is tight in the C Grade competition, with Peter Brennan, on 188, only one stroke lead over Wayne Whelan on 189.
Kathy Strudwick leads the women's B Grade competition, collecting a score of 285 over the three rounds played so far.
In the women's C Grade competition, Joan Williams leads on 325, with Shirley Quick close behind on a score of 330.
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