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The quarter-final matches got underway on Saturday afternoon, with Angel Cabrera 3 down through the opening four holes in his match with Michael Long. However, Cabrera settled into his game to claw the score back and secure his place in the final four with a 2&1 win.

“It was a tough game, 3 down after 4 holes, but I was able to regroup and I am very content.
“It was very difficult at the beginning, but I knew there was a lot of holes to play, still 14 holes to go and I had to go out there and play my best.
“I have been able to stay calm, I’ve been able to keep a smooth swing, and just stay in there and play my game.
I’m feeling very confident, I’m feeling happy to be in with a chance to win this tournament tomorrow.”

Joakim Haeggman and Greig Hutcheon couldn’t settle their match in 18 holes and it would take two extra one’s to find a winner, a Hutcheon birdied the 20th hole to take the win and make it into the final day.

“That was a great match! It ebbed and flowed most of the way, but fantastic!
“I’m an Aberdeen boy used to the wind, but it was very difficult at points there this afternoon – it was getting to 30 yards, a three club wind.

“Tomorrow I just need to go out and play golf and see where it takes me, I can’t really do more than that. Put some deep heat on the sore hip and do some stretching and then I’ll start again tomorrow!”

James Kingston took the advantage over Jyoti Randhawa after winning the second hole, and from that point on he never lost the lead – winning 2&1.

“I got off to a good start, I just drove the ball really well today.
“I gave myself some really good opportunities and made the crucial putts to get up in the match.”

In the final match out on the course, Bradley Dredge ground out a win over Scott Hend. The Australian led through much of the front nine, but it was Dredge who took the advantage after winning the 12th hole and would go on to seal a 2-up victory.

“That was a grind, playing Scott Hend – he’s a good player. I’ve known Scott a long time and it was tough to start with.
“You begin the week, knowing it’s horses for courses and I’d love to be playing this course every week, because for some reason I seem to find my way around here ok.
“Teeing it up tomorrow now against Angel Cabrera so it doesn’t get any easier!”

Sunday morning’s semi-finals see Angel Cabrera take on Bradley Dredge while James Kingston faces Greig Hutcheon.


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