Round up: Caldwell six back at The Oxfordshire; Carey survives in Milan

Round up: Caldwell six back at The Oxfordshire; Carey survives in Milan
 Jonathan Caldwell. Picture via PGA Europro Tour

Jonathan Caldwell. Picture via PGA Europro Tour

HotelPlanner.com PGA EuroPro Tour - Jonny Caldwell and Stephen Grant were the only Irishmen to make the cut in the Fore Business Championship at the Oxfordshire.

Caldwell's 73 leaves him tied 24th, six off the pace set by Mark Laskey, Alex Wrigley, Craig Hinton and Jack Harrison while Grant is a shot further back after a 69.

Niall Kearney, Simon Bryan and Tim Rice missed the cut. Unusually for Kearney, it was his third missed cut on the Europro Tour in his last four starts.

FORE Business Championship. The Oxfordshire

Detailed scores

  • T24 Jonathan Caldwell Clandeboye 68 73 141 
  • T34 Stephen Grant Mount Juliet 73 69 142 
  • MC Niall Kearney The Royal Dublin 74 71 145 
  • MC Simon Bryan Delgany Golf Club 73 76 149 
  • MC Tim Rice Limerick Golf Club 78 71 149

Carey makes cut in Open Castello di Tolcinasco

Alps Tour — Dubliner David Carey survived the cut in the Open Castello di Tolcinasco in Italy.
The former Boys international from Carton House added a 73 to his opening 68 to share 30th on three under par, seven strokes behind Italy's Joon Kim. 
Ring of Kerry's Thomas O'Driscoll missed the two under par cut by seven strokes after rounds of 74 and 75
Scores

McNamara facing big finale as on EPD Tour

Headfort's Rory McNamara needs a top two finish in his final event to have any chance of a Top-5  spot and automatic promotion to the Challenge Tour.

The Co Meath man is ninth in the Order of Merit with €12,844 from 16 starts on the Pro Golf Tour having won earlier in the season and finished second three weeks ago.

However, he is more than €3,000 behind the man in fifth place and needs a big finish with only next month's Castanea Resort Pro Golf Tour Championship remaining.

McNamara finished tied 35th in the Preis des Hardenberg GolfResorts event earlier this week where Stackstown's Richard Bridges missed the cut. 

Bridges is 59th in the Order of Merit with €2,977 from 14 starts