Round up: Hoey OK, Meadow and Power KO; Kilkenny stop Carton House in Fred Daly

Chris Doak. Picture/Getty Images

European Tour - Michael Hoey beat Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg 5 and 4 to reach the last 16 of the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay at Murcar Links.

The big local story was Scot Chris Doak taking down tournament host and local hero Lawrie in a thrilling encounter which went all the way to the 18th.

But as Doak won by one hole to set up a meeting with David Howell in round three, Hoey will now face Gregory Havret of France for a place in Saturday afternoon's quarter finals.

LPGA/LET - Suzann Pettersen carded a superb three under par 69 to storm into a two shot lead after the second round of the Ricoh Women’s British Open at a wet and windy Trump Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire.

The Norwegian carded three birdies and dropped just one shot as she posted a 36-hole total of seven under par 137 to go into the third round with a two shot lead over New Zealand’s Lydia Ko,  Korean duo, So Yeon Ryu and  Jin-Young  Ko and Teresa Lu from Chinese Taipei on seven under par 137.

Jordanstown's Stephanie Meadow missed the five over cut by seven after an 82 featuring four birdies, nine bogeys, one double and a triple bogey eight.

Suzann Pettersen's 69

Suzann Pettersen's 69 Tour - Seamus Power Missed the cut comfortably in the Utah Championship when he added a 77 to his opening 76 in Lehi. 

The five over round equalled the West Waterford man's high score this season and he's expected to slip five spots to 66th in the money list.

The victorious Kilkenny team who beat Carton House in the Leinster final of the Fred Daly Trophy at Athy, Joe McNamara of Leinster Golf presents the pennant to the Captain of Kilkenny, Liam Cody. Pictures (front): Jeff Kealy and Jack Walsh. Middle, from left: Assistant Team Manager, PJ Martin, Team Manager, Luke Kelly, Liam Cody, Captain of Kilkenny Golf Club, Joe McNamara of Leinster Golf and Jim Browne, Captain of Athy. Back: Luke Donald, Brian Crowdle, Kevin Power, Harry Duggan, Mark Power, Richard Duggan, Dylan Smithwick, Jack Condren and Morgan Walshe. Photo: Ronan Quinlan

Amateur golf - Kilkenny ended Carton House's hopes of a third Fred Daly Trophy All Ireland in six years when they beat the national champions in the Leinster final at Athy on Friday.