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Valiant Effort Falls Short For Kelowa Duo

Kelowna’s Megan Osland and Madison Kapchinsky both carded 77s on Friday, falling short in their valiant bid for a B.C. women’s amateur golf title

Osland, three strokes back of the lead going into the final round of the 72-hole championship at the Kamloops Golf and Country Club, finished nine behind (291) B.C. champion Taylor Kim of Surrey, who shot 2-under 71 on Friday for a four-day total of 282).

Kapchinsky, with a tougher task to gain on the leader, but with a realistic chance to make the B.C. team consisting of the top three finishers, ended up 12 strokes behind Kim at 294.

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