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Singh and Cascio too strong on the final day at Gosnells

The final round of the Australian Junior Amateur was poised for high drama, with two players arriving at Gosnells Golf Club today determined to write their own narratives.

Overnight leaders Samuel Cascio and Shyla Edwards both produced final rounds worthy of their new titles, the 2024 Australian Junior Amateur Champions.

For Queenslander Singh, it was a matter of sticking to her plan of remaining calm and consistent. Coming into the final round with a considerable lead, she didn’t have to try force a score, and her 2-over 73 proved more than enough to earn her the trophy by two shots.

Singh rode the punches as she couldn’t get a birdie putt to drop, but as her competitors dropped shots, she just kept making pars and her nose in front.

“I’m feeling great, I’m really happy I got it done,” she said.

“The nerves kind of eased after the 14th when I had a four or five shot lead.”

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