By coincidence, yesterday - Max Fuller and I were chatting at some point about Haydn Barber. We were talking about how Mr Barber used to take photos of the Aussie chess scene. Little did Max and I know that around about the same time, Haydn Barber was winning the state championships of Western Australia all the way on the other side of the country.
Going into the last round, the 1633 rated Choong was half a point ahead of Barber. However, the youngster faltered against Tim Hare (2097) while Haydn managed to beat Holland (1588).
Scoretable and PGN available here.