The Australian All Abilities Championship “is like a major” for its players and tomorrow will see a final-round showdown at The Australian befitting any major championship.
After some late movement on the leaderboard on Friday, three players – Australians Cam Pollard and Lachlan Wood and Ireland’s Brendan Lawlor – will head into the final round tied for the lead.
At 1-over-par, they are two shots ahead of Italy’s Tomasso Perrino with the defending champion, England’s Kipp Popert, a further shot back.
Coffs Harbour’s Pollard, who had a share of the first-round lead after a 2-under 69, was in front for most of the day but was brought undone by a triple-bogey when he found the water at the par-4 17th and eventually carded a round of 74.
Wood, from Hervey Bay, followed his 71 on Thursday with a 72 in the second round, while Lawlor backed up his…