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Gauri in last four

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Bangalore: Gauri Monga eased into the semifinals of the Usha 94th All-India Ladies Amateur golf championship after a 7 and 6 drubbing of Tavleen Batra, at the Bangalore golf Club here on Friday. Monga will battle 12-year-old Aditi Ashok, who handed Amandeep Drall a comprehensive four and three defeat, for a place in the final.

Monga started inauspiciously, conceding the opening hole, but drew level when Batra bogeyed the second. The former took off thereafter, producing one birdie and five pars on her way to claiming the tie on the 12th hole.

Contesting Saturday's other semifinal will be defending champion Shreya Ghei, who overcame Amrita Sarna 2 and 1, and Gurbani Singh.

The results:

Quarterfinals: Aditi Ashok bt Amandeep Drall 4 and 3, Gauri Monga bt Tavleen Batra 7 and 6, Gurbani Singh bt Millie Saroha 3 and 2, Shreya Ghei bt Amrita Sarna 2 and 1 .

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