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Geoffrey Tan kept the lead despite his 79 in the penultimate leg of the IMG Academy Junior Qualifiers second batch on Saturday at the Club Intramuros in Manila.
Tan fumbled with his 40 and 39 in the par-66 layout that host Class C and D jungolfers.
Tan, who earlier had 69, still keep a three-point lead over Rajah Crisostomo’s 151. Crisostomo climbed the rock after improving from 79 to 72. Clement Ordoneza dropped to the third position after a 79 for 151.
Francesca Gan remained the Girls’ 9-10 leader by firing an 81 for 166 followed by Christiane Ong with 85 for 169 and Tashanah Balangauan with 84 for 178.
Patrick Tambalque slows down after scoring a 78 to combine his first day 71 for 149 and trimmed down his lead to one against Shinichi Suzuki, who posted a 76 for 150. 
Luis Anton Balesteros is in the third position with 155 after firing 75 in Class D.
Celine Abalos sizzled with a 74 for 149 and remained to be a strong contender for the top honors, ahead of Gabie Rosca and Mikhaella Constantino, who had 79 and 77 for 151 and 152, respectively.
The Class E division is led by Ralph Rian Batican with 132 (68-64) followed by Vito Sarines with 139 (68-71) and Chan Ahn with 141 (73-68).
Lisa and Mona Sarines moved closer for a 1-2 finish with their 133 (63-70) and 136 (68-68) scores after two days of battle, respectively.
Rafella Adrienne Batican moved up from the second position to lead the Class F with 172 (87-85) while Ryuji Suzuki maintained his ranking by producing a 63 for 124.
The final round happens on Sunday to determine the country’s representative to the IMG Academy Junior World Championships set on July 6 to 10 in San Diego, California.

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