Power two clear in European Young Masters
Mark Power (Kilkenny). Picture by  Pat Cashman

Mark Power (Kilkenny). Picture by Pat Cashman

Irish Boys champion Mark Power has a two-stroke lead entering the final round of the European Young Masters in Switzerland.

The Kilkenny star made five birdies and four bogeys and added a one under par 71 to his opening 69 to lead on four under par 140 at Golf Club du Domaine Imperial.


Rosslare's John Brady is tied 20th on seven over after rounds of 78 and 72.

In the girls section, Lurgan's Annabel Wilson (76-73) is tied for fifth on five over while Valerie Clancy retired after nine holes of round one.


Power. Brady or Wilson could be invited to play in the  Asia-Pacific Junior Championship is conducted by the Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) at Sunrise Golf & Country Club in Chinese Taipei from August 23-25.
Mixed pairs from selected federations contend in four-balls, foursomes and singles over three days. 

The European Golf Association (EGA) has been invited by the APGC to send four players to represent Europe in two mixed teams at this prestigious event.

The European Young Masters (EYM) winner and runner-up in each of the Boys' and Girls' categories will receive automatic selection.

If unavailable, the final standings will be used in order.