Golf: Amarapadma takes lead on Round 2 of Pin Fernando GP

9 November 2017 - 33   - 0

Following up on a creditable 69 in Round one, seasoned campaigner and past Sri Lanka Open Champion M. Amaradapma improved with a three under 68 to nose ahead at the halfway mark. 

Another seasoned campaigner N. Ranga had the best score of four under par 67 to grab the second spot and push first round leader Chalitha Pushpika, who came back with an even par 71, into third place.

Lurking in the rest of the pack is number one ranker and Asia Pacific Qualifier B.A. Sanjeewa who improved by five strokes with a three under 68 to move up five places from tenth to fifth position and is now tied with first round leader Sisira Kumara.

Top 10 after Round 2

1: M. Amarapadma (137)

2: N. Ranga (138)

3: Chalitha Pushpika (139)

4: Pradeep Kumara (140)

5T: Sisira Kumara (141), B.A. Sanjeewa (141)

7: J.M.D. Indika (142)

8: Chanaka Perera (143)

9: Lamidu Rainika (147)

10: U.A. Ranasinghe (149)

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