Ireland's hopes of a podium finish in the Eisenhower Trophy suffered a near fatal blow when the deep bunkers on the Montgomerie Course all but gobbled up their medal aspirations.
The boys in green went into yesterday's third round with their tails up, tied for second just one stroke behind New Zealand on 19-under par.
But on a cool, blustery afternoon at the Maynooth venue, their confidence and optimism ebbed away as drives that had bounded over deep bunkers earlier in the week were suddenly drawn towards the sand.
In the end, they were trampled in the stampede for the medal places on day three and while Portmarnock's Conor Purcell rallied to play his last six holes in three-under for a one-under 71, Tramore's Robin Dawson and Kinsale's John Murphy both shot two-over 74s.
With the two best scores to count, Ireland's one-over-par total of 145 was only good enough to beat France, Estonia, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic on the Montgomerie Course yesterday.
As a result, they slipped from second to tied 12th on 18-under par, 12 strokes behind New Zealand, who lead by three shots on 30-under par from Thailand, Spain and the USA.
Given the quality of the nations ahead of them, Ireland would need to shoot the lights out on the O'Meara Course today to have a chance of threatening the top three.
When it was suggested to National Coach Neil Manchip that a fast start was a must, he smiled and said: “A very fast start, a fast middle and a fast end!”
There was no sugarcoating the challenge now facing the Irish team, even if all three players tried their best to sound optimistic about mounting a final day birdie blitz.
"The lads are really disappointed," Manchip said. "They gave it 100 per cent, as they always do, but it just didn't happen for us today. There were more bogeys than birdies and a few double bogeys, which hadn't happened so far.
"They prepared well as always and had a great attitude going out but it just didn't work out today. So I guess we will have a chat for half an hour, get it all out there and talk about what didn't go well for us and make a good plan to shoot really low on O'Meara tomorrow."
Dawson birdied the second hole to dip into the red but he bogeyed the fourth and then dropped shots at the ninth and 10th after finding fairway bunkers off the tee and could only par his way home from there for his 74.
“I didn’t hit it great off the tee,” Dawson said. “Things didn’t flow like the first couple of days. I kind of got out of the rhythm a bit and then I was trying to find it.
“I just ended up trying to get it around for the back nine.”
Murphy made four birdies but followed three of them with sixes, two of them double bogeys.
“I hit two tee shots that landed on the fairway and made double both times and that was just the story of my day really,” he said of those sixes at the fifth and 14th.
“Every time things looked to be getting a bit better, things went the other way. It was the kind of day when I couldn't get any momentum going. But look, that's golf.
“There are so many bad days in with the good days and today was a bad day, unfortunately. We will go out and try and finish on a high note tomorrow. There are so many chances on the O'Meara and there is no pressure on us any more, so we will just go out and give it an absolute rip.
“If that is good enough for a medal great, and it's not, there is nothing we can do about it, unfortunately. We will just go out with the best mentality we can and try to make as many birdies as possible.”
New Zealand’s Denzel Ieremia fired a seven-under 65 and compatriot Daniel Hillier a 69 as they shot 10 under yesterday to lead by three shots on 30-under par.
Thailand shot eight under with Witchayanon Chothirunrungrueng posting a 65 and Kosuke Hamamoto a 71 to leave them tied with Spain and the USA, who also posted a brace of scores in the 60s on the Montgomerie Course with Angel Hidalgo (66) and Alejandro Del Rey (68) both excelling for the Spaniards.
The USA also came to life with world No 3 Collin Morikawa shooting 66 and No 2 Justin Suh a 68 to leave them just three off the pace in tied second.
In the individual standings, Japan's Takumi Kanaya shot a five-under 67 to share the lead with Ieremia on 16-under par, one better than Spaniard Del Rey with Dawson the best of the Irish, tied for 18th on 10-under.
New Zealand last won a medal —the gold — in 1992 and Ieremia is excited about their chances after playing brilliantly alonside Purcell.
“That would be really cool,” said Ieremia of emulating the 1992 team of Michael Campbell, Phillip Tataurangi and Stephan Scahill. “I played college golf and I have always said that winning a team event is way more thrilling than winning an individual one. To have an opportunity to try to convert tomorrow is pretty cool.”
Spain and the USA also posted 10-under team scores to join Thailand in a share of second place at 27-under-par 407.
The Spanish posted a 6-under 66 from Angel Hidalgo and a 4-under 68 from Alejandro Del Rey while the Americans logged a 66 from Collin Morikawa and a 68 from Justin Suh.
Italy and first-round leader Denmark are tied for fifth at 408 and Norway, buoyed by the day’s best score of 133 and a 65 from U.S. Amateur champion Viktor Hovland, was tied for seventh with Germany at 412. Austria is ninth at 413 and Canada finishes the top 10 at 414.
“For us, it was another challenge the boys did well with it,” said New Zealand captain Bryce Hamer. “They worked really hard. They just love playing golf. They will look at tomorrow as another challenge. These guys will work extremely hard to do everything to do themselves and their country proud.”
Captain John Carroll, of Ireland
“Nothing to lose tomorrow. A couple of 65 and 66s and see where it takes us. That’s what we have to do. You never know. There are lot of good teams there and quality players.”
Conor Purcell on Friday's play
"Deflated? A little bit, yes, but I think we need to stand back and look at what we have done over the first two days. We put ourselves in with a shot and we have a great opportunity to go out there and get plenty of birdies and make up ground. We are far from out of it. We just need to keep the heads up and keep a positive attitude. Nothing’s going to change, it is a matter of (taking chances) and if we do we will be in a good position."
Denzel Ieremia, of New Zealand (who played college golf at Iowa State)
“I am very excited. We are in a good position and that is a testament to the way we have prepared.”
Angel Hidalgo, of Spain (on the mindset for Round 4)
“Just play. It is the third day and you don’t know the results of the other teams. Tomorrow, in the last six to nine holes, we can see the leaderboard and then we can say why not try to win?”
Collin Morikawa, of the USA
“For us, it’s good as long as we are moving up and giving ourselves a shot. It’s going to be a shoot-out. We have to be ready. The key for today was to put ourselves in position.”
- The leading teams played the Montgomerie Course in the third round and will play the O’Meara Course in the final round.
- Here’s a table to recap the medal-winning possibilities going into the fourth round:
Country. Gold (last) Silver (last) Bronze (last) Total
- USA 15 (2014) 15 (2008) 2 (2010) 25
- Australia 4 (2016) 3 (1998) 6 (2002) 13
- Canada 1 (1986) 5 (2014) 1 (1994) 7
- Sweden 1 (1990) 2 (1996) 3 (2008) 6
- Japan 1 (1984) 3 (1982) 0 4
- New Zealand 1 (1992) 2 (1990) 1 (1964) 4
- Spain 0 1 (2004) 2 (2014) 3
- Denmark 0 1 (2010) 0 1
- Ireland 0 0 1 (2016) 1
- Germany 0 0 1 (2012) 1
- Austria 0 0 1 (2016) 1
Thailand and Italy have not yet won medals.
- Italy, with Stefano Mazzoli and Lorenzo Filippo Scalise -- two American college players – moved into contention for its first medal in 31 Eisenhower Trophy appearances. Its previous best finish was T-4 in 2004 and 2008 for a total of 10 top 10 scores.
- Ben Pellicani is the captain of the Haitian team and he has been the executive director of player development for the Golf Federation of Haiti for two years. He is also the associate head coach at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.
- Three players scored the best round of the day – 7-under-par 65 at the Montgomerie Course: Denzel Ieremia of New Zealand, Witchayanon ‘Zoom’ Chothirunrungrueng of Thailand and Viktor Hovland of Norway.
- Ireland’s Robin Dawson was the only player to play the first 36 holes without a bogey. In the third round, he recorded his first dropped shot on the par-5 fourth hole of the Montgomerie when he posted a bogey-6.
- Bermuda’s Jarryd Dillas, 33, who works in the insurance business, is playing in his eighth Eisenhower Trophy, the most of any of this year’s competitors. The University of Rhode Island graduate has posted rounds of 72-75-71 for an even-par 54-hole total of 218.
- With one round remaining the individual leaderboards shows this top five: T-1.Takumi Kanaya of Japan and Denzel Ieremia of New Zealand at 16 under; 3.Alejandro Del Rey of Spain at 15 under; 4.Daniel Hillier of New Zealand at 14 under and T-5. Collin Morikawa and Justin Suh of the USA at 13 under.
World Amateur Team Championships, Eisenhower Trophy, Carton House
404 New Zealand (Ieremia 65, Mountcastle 70, Hillier 69)
407 Spain (Pastor 71, Del Rey 68, Hidalgo 66)
407 Thailand (Hamamoto 71, Kaewkanjana 75, Chothirunrungrueng 65)
407 United States of America (Morikawa 66, Suh 68, Hammer 72)
408 Denmark (Axelsen 74, Hojgaard 67, Hojgaard 70)
408 Italy (Manzoni 73, Mazzoli 66, Scalise 68)
412 Germany (Hammer 74, Long 66, John 69)
412 Norway (Hovland 65, Reitan 68, Volden 73)
413 Austria (Steinlechner 73, Regner 69, Lipold 69)
414 Canada (Bernard 71, Rank 71, Savoie 71)
415 England (Petrozzi 67, Waite 73, Jordan 70)
416 Australia (Lee 66, Micheluzzi 71, Wools-Cobb 71)
416 Ireland (Murphy 74, Purcell 71, Dawson 74)
416 Scotland (Lumsden 69, Scott 67, Walker 74)
417 Argentina (Schonbaum 76, Fernandez de Oliveira 71, Contini 68)
417 Sweden (Widing 70, Gillberg 76, Nilehn 73)
418 Republic of Korea (Choi 68, Jang 72, Oh 71)
418 Switzerland (Freiburghaus 70, Cohen 68, Ettlin 76)
420 Japan (Kanaya 67, Nakajima 72, Imano 75)
421 Chile (Morgan Birke 74, Errazuriz 72, Gana 69)
421 Wales (Chamberlain 70, Hapgood 72, Williams 75)
422 Poland (Pakosch 71, Pedryc 67, Szmidt 72)
423 Colombia (Ramirez Velandia 70, Restrepo 74, Ardila 69)
423 Czech Republic (Zuska 66, Hruby 73, Zach 75)
424 Netherlands (Ji 68, Kraai 77, van Tilburg 70)
425 Serbia (Cvetkovic 81, Dimitrijevic 70, Gudelj 73)
426 Belgium (Dumont de Chassart 69, De Bondt 72, de Wouters d'Oplinter 73)
426 India (Kaul 76, Bedi 79, John Thomas 69)
427 Singapore (Ho 78, Lee 72, Foo 67)
428 Costa Rica (Gagne 72, Chaplet 72, Ortiz 70)
429 Guatemala (Villavicencio Calderon 71, Castellanos Conde 69, Gurtner 74)
429 Peoples Republic of China (Chen 73, Liang 79, Zhang 70)
429 Portugal (Lopes 70, Girao 75, Lencart 73)
431 France (Gandon 74, Lacroix 74, Veyret 73)
431 Peru (Zubiate 78, Freundt-Thurne 72, Barco 71)
431 South Africa (Saulez 69, Nienaber 68, Mitchell 74)
432 Estonia (Hellat 72, Jegers 75, Turba 77)
433 Taipei, Chinese (Wang 67, Lai 71, Ho 69)
434 Finland (Mahonen 78, Honkala 70, Valimaki 69)
434 Hong Kong, China (Cheung 72, D'Souza 72, Ng 70)
434 Iceland (Sveinbergsson 75, Juliusson 68, Petursson 75)
435 Dominican Republic (Valverde A 81, Pena 77, Guerra 71)
435 Mexico (Pereda 75, Terrazas 74, Ortiz Becerra 70)
435 Venezuela (Garcia 71, Brauckmeyer 77, Prieto 79)
436 Puerto Rico (Esteve 71, Alverio 75, Morales 77)
439 Zimbabwe (Allard 73, Amm 79, Krog 77)
440 Slovakia (Brezovsky 69, Mach 75, Lucansky 81)
442 Bermuda (Dillas 71, Ming 79, Campbell 72)
442 Morocco (Id Omar 71, Raouzi 79, Dahmane 80)
443 Brazil (Ishii 77, Park 74, Machado 70)
446 Turkey (Esmer 83, Yamac 76, Acikalin 71)
449 Saudi Arabia (Almulla 78, Alsakha 78, Attieh 77)
450 Uruguay (Reyes 77, Teuten 78, Alvarez 74)
451 Luxembourg (Weis 77, Weis 72, Winandy 90)
452 Slovenia (Trnovec 72, Potocar 77, Burkelca 78)
453 Croatia (Buerk 74, Stepinac 79, Vucemil 80)
453 Qatar (Al Kaabi 75, Al Kuwari 77, Al Shahrani 74)
459 Panama (Ducruet 75, Cargiulo 77, Ordonez 76)
460 Liechtenstein (Schredt 77, Schreiber 73, Schredt 79)
460 Malta (Borg 79, Critien 81, Micallef 77)
461 Cayman Islands (Hastings 74, Wight 80, Jarvis 80)
465 Guam (Camacho 76, Manalo 86, Poe 82)
465 United Arab Emirates (Al Jasmi 80, Skaik 77, Thabet 81)
466 Republic of Moldova (Coica 80, Volostnykh 76, Podgainii 91)
467 Bulgaria (Marinov 74, Savov 78, Staykov 79)
481 Lithuania (Vaicius 91, Momkus 83, Markevicius 71)
493 Ghana (Angel 85, Dogbe 79, Kusi-Boateng 89)
497 Nigeria (Thompson 88, Inalegwu 80, Thompson 92)
509 Haiti (Brandt 91, Saint-Fort 90, Mehu 82)
520 Iraq (Al-Hashimi WD, Barnouti 96, Radee 77)
551 Gabon (Illien 92, Perez Ayo 88)
564 Armenia (Balyan 97, Karakhanyan 90, Saghatelyan 101)
O=O’Meara Course (Par 73); M=Montgomerie Course (Par 72)
201 T Kanaya (JPN), 66M, 68O, 67M; D Ieremia (NZL), 70O, 66M, 65M;
202 A Del Rey (ESP), 70O, 64M, 68M;
203 D Hillier (NZL), 69O, 65M, 69M;
204 C Morikawa (USA), 72M, 66O, 66M; J Suh (USA), 69M, 67O, 68M;
205 A John (GER), 69M, 67O, 69M; L Scalise (ITA), 68M, 69O, 68M; R John Thomas (IND), 64O, 72M, 69M; G Petrozzi (ENG), 70O, 68M, 67M; P Cohen (SUI), 65O, 72M, 68M;
206 M Lee (AUS), 72M, 68O, 66M; G Foo (SGP), 70M, 69O, 67O; N Regner (AUT), 70M, 67O, 69M; A Pedryc (POL), 71M, 68O, 67M; S Kaewkanjana (THA), 66O, 65M, 75M; W Chothirunrungrueng (THA), 75O, 66M, 65M;
207 Robin Dawson (IRL), 65M, 68O, 74M; J Axelsen (DEN), 64M, 69O, 74M; L Lipold (AUT), 69M, 69O, 69M; R Lumsden (SCO), 71M, 67O, 69M;
208 N Hojgaard (DEN), 71M, 70O, 67M; R Hojgaard (DEN), 68M, 70O, 70M; J Ji (NED), 70O, 70M, 68M; M Fernandez de Oliveira (ARG), 68O, 69M, 71M; V Hovland (NOR), 70O, 73M, 65M; A Hidalgo (ESP), 73O, 69M, 66M; J Garcia (VEN), 68O, 69M, 71M;
209 Conor Purcell (IRL), 69M, 69O, 71M; J Savoie (CAN), 71M, 67O, 71M; S Mazzoli (ITA), 79M, 64O, 66M; M Contini (ARG), 73O, 68M, 68M; K Reitan (NOR), 71O, 70M, 68M; T Widing (SWE), 71O, 68M, 70M;
210 P Lencart (POR), 67M, 70O, 73M; B Gudelj (SRB), 70M, 67O, 73M;
211 I Ramirez Velandia (COL), 70M, 71O, 70M; A Dumont de Chassart (BEL), 71M, 71O, 69M; H Bernard (CAN), 74M, 66O, 71M; G Rank (CAN), 68M, 72O, 71M; S Scott (SCO), 73M, 71O, 67M; O Gillberg (SWE), 70O, 65M, 76M;
212 C Ardila (COL), 73M, 70O, 69M; H Choi (KOR), 71M, 73O, 68M; L Gagne (CRC), 73M, 67O, 72M; J Guerra (DOM), 70M, 71O, 71M; J Hapgood (WAL), 72O, 68M, 72M; 212 J Zuska (CZE), 74O, 72M, 66M;
213 A Juliusson (ISL), 73M, 72O, 68O; S Jang (KOR), 73M, 68O, 72M; John Murphy (IRL), 69M, 70O, 74M; S Wools-Cobb (AUS), 72M, 70O, 71M; A Id Omar (MAR), 74M, 68O, 71O; L Barco (PER), 70M, 72O, 71M; A Errazuriz (CHI), 68M, 73O, 72M; W Wang (TPE), 76M, 70O, 67O; M Waite (ENG), 70O, 70M, 73M; M Jordan (ENG), 73O, 70M, 70M; J Volden (NOR), 72O, 68M, 73M; B Chamberlain (WAL), 69O, 74M, 70M; J Freiburghaus (SUI), 72O, 71M, 70M;
214 D Micheluzzi (AUS), 69M, 74O, 71M; C Hammer (USA), 71M, 71O, 72M; M Saulez (RSA), 70M, 75O, 69O; S Zach (CZE), 69O, 70M, 75M;
215 A Ortiz Becerra (MEX), 72M, 73O, 70O; D Gurtner (GUA), 71M, 70O, 74O; M Steinlechner (AUT), 73M, 69O, 73M; V Veyret (FRA), 70M, 72O, 73M; H Zhang (CHN), 71O, 74M, 70M; F Nilehn (SWE), 74O, 68M, 73M;
216 J de Wouters d'Oplinter (BEL), 73M, 70O, 73M; S Oh (KOR), 67M, 78O, 71M; H Long (GER), 74M, 76O, 66M; M Dimitrijevic (SRB), 78M, 68O, 70M; E Walker (SCO), 73M, 69O, 74M; F Lacroix (FRA), 70M, 72O, 74M; K Hamamoto (THA), 74O, 71M, 71M; V Pastor (ESP), 70O, 75M, 71M;
217 P Chaplet (CRC), 77M, 68O, 72M; C Hellat (EST), 75M, 70O, 72M; M Honkala (FIN), 72M, 75O, 70O; W Nienaber (RSA), 73M, 76O, 68O; G Morgan Birke (CHI), 72M, 71O, 74M; N van Tilburg (NED), 75O, 72M, 70M;
218 M Hammer (GER), 77M, 67O, 74M; P Mach (SVK), 73M, 70O, 75O; M Alverio (PUR), 71M, 72O, 75O; S Valimaki (FIN), 76M, 73O, 69O; P Freundt-Thurne (PER), 74M, 72O, 72M; T Gana (CHI), 80M, 69O, 69M; T Williams (WAL), 73O, 70M, 75M; P Hruby (CZE), 73O, 72M, 73M; M Cheung (HKG), 75O, 71M, 72O; T Ng (HKG), 73O, 75M, 70O; J Dillas (BER), 72O, 75M, 71O;
219 A De Bondt (BEL), 74M, 73O, 72M; J Turba (EST), 73M, 69O, 77M; P Pakosch (POL), 71M, 77O, 71M; K Mountcastle (NZL), 73O, 76M, 70M;
220 V Lopes (POR), 72M, 78O, 70M; P Castellanos Conde (GUA), 78M, 73O, 69O; D Amm (ZIM), 68O, 73M, 79O;
221 G Sveinbergsson (ISL), 74M, 72O, 75O; A Villavicencio Calderon (GUA), 75M, 75O, 71O; L Acikalin (TUR), 75M, 75O, 71O; H Machado (BRA), 75O, 76M, 70O; J Allard (ZIM), 73O, 75M, 73O; Y Chen (CHN), 77O, 71M, 73M; L D'Souza (HKG), 73O, 76M, 72O;
222 B Petursson (ISL), 74M, 73O, 75O; M Brezovsky (SVK), 75M, 78O, 69O; R Pereda (MEX), 73M, 74O, 75O; D Lee (SGP), 77M, 73O, 72O; D Imano (JPN), 71M, 76O, 75M; J Gandon (FRA), 75M, 73O, 74M; Y Ho (TPE), 76M, 77O, 69O; K Kaul (IND), 73O, 73M, 76M; L Park (BRA), 73O, 75M, 74O;
223 A Ortiz (CRC), 76M, 74O, 73M; R Pena (DOM), 71M, 75O, 77M; K Jegers (EST), 73M, 75O, 75M; O Almulla (KSA), 73M, 72O, 78O; G Manzoni (ITA), 73M, 77O, 73M; C Lai (TPE), 77M, 75O, 71O; E Liang (CHN), 72O, 72M, 79M; L Ettlin (SUI), 73O, 74M, 76M; G Weis (LUX), 75O, 76M, 72O; L Buerk (CRO), 73O, 76M, 74O; E Schreiber (LIE), 76O, 74M, 73O;
224 J Esteve (PUR), 74M, 79O, 71O; F Alvarez (URU), 75M, 75O, 74O; J Szmidt (POL), 78M, 74O, 72M; A Schonbaum (ARG), 76O, 72M, 76M; G Markevicius (LTU), 77O, 76M, 71O;
225 E Restrepo (COL), 73M, 78O, 74M; A Girao (POR), 71M, 79O, 75M; R Camacho (GUM), 75M, 74O, 76O; T Yamac (TUR), 74M, 75O, 76O; A Bedi (IND), 74O, 72M, 79M; W Campbell (BER), 72O, 81M, 72O;
226 K Attieh (KSA), 77M, 72O, 77O; M Reyes (URU), 73M, 76O, 77O; M Trnovec (SLO), 78O, 76M, 72O; D Volostnykh (MDA), 71O, 79M, 76O; S Al Kaabi (QAT), 72O, 79M, 75O;
227 S Zubiate (PER), 75M, 74O, 78M; K Brauckmeyer (VEN), 77O, 73M, 77M;
228 A Terrazas (MEX), 81M, 73O, 74O; J Hastings (CAY), 78O, 76M, 74O; K Al Jasmi (UAE), 73O, 75M, 80O; C Weis (LUX), 75O, 76M, 77O;
229 E Morales (PUR), 79M, 73O, 77O; 229 V Mahonen (FIN), 75M, 76O, 78O; J Ho (SGP), 76M, 75O, 78O; N Teuten (URU), 75M, 76O, 78O; J Ducruet (PAN), 79O, 75M, 75O;
230 K Burkelca (SLO), 77O, 75M, 78O; M Ordonez (PAN), 77O, 77M, 76O;
231 D Cvetkovic (SRB), 77M, 73O, 81M; S Dahmane (MAR), 75M, 76O, 80O; D Ishii (BRA), 77O, 77M, 77O; S Krog (ZIM), 74O, 80M, 77O; V Marinov (BUL), 81O, 76M, 74O; A Al Shahrani (QAT), 76O, 81M, 74O;
232 S Kraai (NED), 74O, 81M, 77M; V Potocar (SLO), 75O, 80M, 77O; I Vucemil (CRO), 73O, 79M, 80O;
233 A Alsakha (KSA), 77M, 78O, 78O; M Stepinac (CRO), 76O, 78M, 79O;
234 E Valverde A (DOM), 77M, 76O, 81M; R Critien (MLT), 75O, 78M, 81O; J Micallef (MLT), 76O, 81M, 77O; A Jarvis (CAY), 79O, 75M, 80O;
235 A Borg (MLT), 81O, 75M, 79O;
236 O Raouzi (MAR), 74M, 83O, 79O; H Esmer (TUR), 78M, 75O, 83O; M Ming (BER), 77O, 80M, 79O;
237 P Wight (CAY), 82O, 75M, 80O; R Staykov (BUL), 77O, 81M, 79O; A Skaik (UAE), 83O, 77M, 77O;
238 J Mehu (HAI), 79O, 77M, 82O;
239 B Lucansky (SVK), 80M, 78O, 81O; L Cargiulo (PAN), 83O, 79M, 77O; F Schredt (LIE), 77O, 83M, 79O;
240 A Coica (MDA), 83O, 77M, 80O; J Al Kuwari (QAT), 86O, 77M, 77O;
241 D Poe (GUM), 80M, 79O, 82O;
242 A Radee (IRQ), 85O, 80M, 77O;
243 E Prieto (VEN), 82O, 82M, 79M;
244 Y Dogbe (GHA), 82O, 83M, 79O;
246 R Manalo (GUM), 82M, 78O, 86O; S Schredt (LIE), 79O, 90M, 77O; G Inalegwu (NGR), 81O, 85M, 80O;
248 D Winandy (LUX), 76O, 82M, 90O;
249 A Angel (GHA), 82O, 82M, 85O; D Savov (BUL), 82O, 89M, 78O;
251 S Thabet (UAE), 87O, 83M, 81O;
256 O Thompson (NGR), 85O, 83M, 88O;
259 D Momkus (LTU), 86O, 90M, 83O;
260 A Illien (GAB), 84O, 84M, 92O;
262 J Thompson (NGR), 80O, 90M, 92O;
270 K Kusi-Boateng (GHA), 90O, 91M, 89O;
275 L Karakhanyan (ARM), 91O, 94M, 90O;
276 A Podgainii (MDA), 85O, 100M, 91O;
277 R Saint-Fort (HAI), 88O, 99M, 90O;
279 M Brandt (HAI), 95O, 93M, 91O;
281 L Barnouti (IRQ), 93O, 92M, 96O;
289 R Balyan (ARM), 84O, 108M, 97O;
291 D Perez Ayo (GAB), 109O, 94M, 88O;
326 A Saghatelyan (ARM), 103O, 122M, 101O;
NC M Mitchell (RSA), 78M, WDO, 74O; K Nakajima (JPN), WDM, WDO, 72M;
WD H Al-Hashimi (IRQ), 90O, 103M, WDO;
NC M Vaicius (LTU), 84O, WDM, 91O.