MARGARET Browne is hoping her mathematics will favour her in the final round of the Ladies Summer Cup at the Fiji Golf Club in Vatuwaqa today.
The defending champion who sits at fifth position in the overall points table is hoping to bag maximum points and watch the top four leaders fail to register a point from today's final of the FMF Foods Limited sponsored event.
Leanne Kenah, Kamini Singh, Barbara Nasara and Lillian Allen are top contenders to win the title if they finish in the top four this afternoon.
Kenah leads the table with 17 points, Singh and Nasara are tied at 16 and Allen has 13.
Browne said bagging six points from the final round would boost her chances of retaining her title.
"It is definitely still wide open. Right now Kenah still leads with 17," she said.
"I am hoping to win this final round and hopefully none of those ladies (Kenah, Singh, Nasara and Allen) register any points tomorrow (today).
"If I win and they fail to be in the top four then I will win it," Browne said calculating her chances of retaining her title.
The FGC Ladies captain said anyone could win the title.
She said they had seen a vast improvement to the competition compared to last year.
"This year it is a lot interesting because right now any lady in the top five can win the title.
"Unlike last year only the top two competitors were fighting it out in the final round.
"I think this is more interesting because more ladies still have their chances of winning," she said.