The Mens Toro Interprovincial semi-finalists have been confirmed after another thrilling day which saw the host side Canterbury, Auckland, Wellington and Northland progress to the final day at the Clearwater Golf Club.

Canterbury v Northland

Auckland v Wellington

As Canterbury continued their winning ways, locals golf fans will now have the chance to witness their team play on the final day for the first time in seven years as they search to claim the biggest prize in domestic team golf.

Their last Toro Interprovincial victory was in 2000 and standing in their way is a dangerous looking Northland side whos day certainly didnt go to script which means they will be playing with freedom tomorrow.

After leading early in the day, Auckland then came from behind in the morning to all but end Northlands hopes with a 4-1 victory. However, they were saved by a stunning Southland side who upset neighbours Otago to open the door for the Taniwhas who walked straight through to the top four with a convincing win over Taranaki to end round robin.

The Aucklanders have barely skipped a beat and have been led well by Jared Edwards and their unbeaten star, Jang Hyun Lee who continues to impress at the young age of just 16.

He has featured on many leaderboards throughout the year which was highlighted by him leading the Akarana Open and has looked unflappable here in the Garden City. He now faces New Zealand Stroke Play champion Kerry Mountcastle in a mouth-watering clash at number two.

A clinical Wellington side went under the radar today as they were led by their two Eisenhower Trophy representatives in Daniel Hillier and Mountcastle who showed their class at the business end of the week. They were also assisted by the experience of Jono Cane who along with Lee is the only other player unbeaten this week.

The strongest four teams have earnt the right to be here tomorrow, guaranteeing an exciting finish to the week.

Both semi-finals will tee off at 7:30am with Canterbury versus Northland starting off the first hole while Auckland take on Wellington from the tenth.

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