John Parry and Wendy Tsai Pei-ying will today have the opportunity to play 18 holes of golf with tournament host and six-time major winner Nick Faldo after claiming victory in the Faldo Series International Trophy at Fanling yesterday. Englishman Parry carded a one-under-par 69 to add to his opening round of 70 for a one-shot victory over defending champion Ben Evans. The 19-year-old from Harrogate, Yorkshire, chalked up six birdies against three bogies and a double bogey on the long par-four fourth hole, where he lost a ball. 'I got off to a good start but then things got a little messy in the middle of the front nine,' said Parry, who won the Danish Amateur Championship last year and qualified for a place in the Vietnam Open, where he made the cut and finished a creditable 37th. 'I started to shape my shots on the back nine today and actually played the last 10 holes very well indeed,' he added. Walker Cup star Oliver Fisher made up ground early on in the round, and fired the day's best score, a two-under-par 68, to finish fourth. But the Englishman's four-over 74 on the opening day left him too much to do in such talented company, and he will no doubt be disappointed not to have done better this week. Tsai, 14, a four-handicap member of the Sunrise Golf Club in Taiwan, also came home a shot clear in the girls' event after a three-over-par round of 74 saw her creep past overnight leader Tiffany Avern-Taplin of South Africa, who carded a disappointing round of 79. England's Kiran Matharu finished joint second after her second consecutive round of 76. 'I played steady golf all day today and didn't make too many mistakes,' said Tsai, who names double US Open champion Retief Goosen as her favourite golfer. Hong Kong's Demi Mak shot the best score of the day in the girls' event, an even-par 71. But her disastrous round of 83 on day one ruined any chance she had of winning the trophy. Nick Hioe finished as the best placed Hong Kong player in the boys' event with a two-round total of 151 for a share of 13th place.