Feng Shanshan in top form


China pair Feng Shanshan and Ye Li Ying topped the lead in both the individual and team events after the second round of the World Ladies Championship at Mission Hills Haikou in southern China on Saturday.


Ye shot a 67 and Feng a 69 to leave the two players in a share of the lead on nine under par.


Those rounds took China clear at the top of the team standings, lifting them on to 18 under par, eight shots clear of Thailand in second.


"I usually have a habit that I don’t really look at the score board during the tournament but this time I was actually watching because I wanted to see how we are doing and it was really a surprise," said Feng.


"I was really happy when I saw both of us were on top and our team score was on top too. We are partners and I think if either of us wins, I will feel really happy."


England’s pair of Florentyna Parker and Melissa Reid were fourth in the team standings, 11 shots off the pace.


Parker was in a tie for third in the individual event, a 68 putting her seven under and level with Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum and Italy’s Diana Luna.


Reid was in a tie for 27th on level par.


Collated second round scores (Par: 72)

270 China (Shanshan Feng & Liying Ye)

278 Thailand (Pornanong Phatlum & Nontaya Srisawang)

280 Sweden (Pernilla Lindberg & Linda Wessberg)

281 England (Florentyna Parker & Melissa Reid), Italy (Diana Luna & Giulia Sergas)

282 Norway (Cecilie Lundgreen & Marianne Skarpnord)

285 Chinese Taipei (Amy Hung & Candie Kung)

291 France (Virginie Lagoutte-Clement & Sophie Giquel-Bettan), United States of America (Beth Allen & Hannah Jun)

292 South Africa (Lee-Anne Pace & Ashleigh Simon)

294 Germany (Caroline Masson & Anja Monke)

296 Scotland (Kylie Walker & Carly Booth), Philippines (Jennifer Rosales & Dottie Ardina)

298 Australia (Nikki Garrett & Frances Bondad)

301 Netherlands (Marjet Van der Graaff & Marieke Nivard), Spain (Tania Elosegui & Carmen Alonso), China B (Yu Yang Zhang & Li Jia Yun)

305 Denmark (Malene Jorgensen & Julie Tvede)

310 Korea (Bo-Mi Suh & Jessica Ji)


SOURCE: sportinglife.com



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