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  Mehar, Kiran maintain stay on top

Mehar, Kiran maintain stay on top

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Published : Jan 6, 2016, 10:21 pm IST
Updated : Jan 6, 2016, 10:21 pm IST

Overnight leaders Mehar Atwal and Kiran Matharu carded 5-over 77 each in the second round, but still managed to retain their lead in the first leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Ken

Meher Atwal in action on Day Two.
 Meher Atwal in action on Day Two.

Overnight leaders Mehar Atwal and Kiran Matharu carded 5-over 77 each in the second round, but still managed to retain their lead in the first leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Kensville Golf & Country Club in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. Two strokes behind was Delhi’s Vani Kapoor with a total score of 154. The Rs 7 lakh event will culminate on Thursday.

Delhi’s Atwal struggled with conditions and carded three bogies. She tried to control the damage with a birdie on the 9th hole, but a birdieless back nine meant that she had to share the lead with Matharu, with a total score of 152 after Round Two.

Matharu too struggled to stitch together a series of consistent shots and played a birdieless round. Vani carded 6-over 78 to maintain her overnight third position.

Chandigarh’s Saaniya Sharma carded 3-over 75 — the day’s best score — to jump into the fourth position. She could have finished higher but a double bogey on the 3rd hole meant that she had to be content with the fourth position with a total of 155.

Panchkula’s Amandeep Drall (158) scored 4-over 76 to take the fifth place. Kapurthala’s Gursimar Badwal and Delhi’s Ankita Tiwana were tied sixth on 160.