Round up - Leona shines; Selfridge digs deep; Power survives

Leona Maguire splashes out of a bunker in the second round of the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire. Picture: Ladies European Tour

Ladies European Tour — World amateur No 1 Leona Maguire bogeyed two of her last four holes but still ended the day inisde the Top 10 in the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire.

The 20-year old Slieve Russell and Duke Univeristy star was four under for the day and seven under for the tournament with four holes to go.

But while she bogeyed the 15th and the par-three 18th, she still added a 70 to her opeing 69 to end the day six shots behind 21-year old English rookie Alex Peters on five under par. Scores

Peters fired a course record-equalling second round of nine under par 63 to lead by two shots in 11 under par from compatriot Charley Hull (67).

Leona shares ninth spot with Scot Pamela Pretswell (70), Thailand’s Titiya Plucksataporn (70), England’s Trish Johnson (71), South Africa’s Ashleigh Simon (72) and Sweden’s Minea Blomqvist (69)

Carlow’s Rebecca Codd recovered from her opening 83 with a 72 but missed the two over par cut.

Dean Burmester of Republic of South Africa in action during the third round of the 2015 SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge at the MacDonald Spey Valley Championship Golf Course on June 27, 2015 in Aviemore, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Challenge Tour — Chris Selfridge was the only Irish player to make the cut in the AEGEAN Airlines Challenge Tour by Hartl Resort in Germany.
The Moyola Park rookie. 56th in the Challenge Tour rankings, made his fifth cut from as many starts thanks to rounds of 71 and 70 at the Bavarian resort. Scores
At one under, he’s tied for 40th, 10 shots behind South African Dean Burmester, whose course record-equalling eight under 63 moved him three clear at the top.
The cut fell at level par 142 which meant Niall Kearney (75-71) and Reeve Whitson (73 73) missed out by four with Gareth Shaw (74 73) a shot further back. Tour — Seamus Power rallied on his back nine to make the cut on the mark in the Nova Scotia Open in Canada.

The West Waterford star was in trouble when he turned in two over but despite a bogey at his final hole, birdies at the first, second and fifth gave him a level par 71 and a share of 62nd on one under. Scores

American Andrew Landry added a 67 to his opening 64 to lead by one stroke on 11 under par from Korea’s DH Lee, who shot a second consecutive 66.

Alps Tour Golf — Derry's Brendan McCarroll (72-69-71)  finished tied 24th on seven under par in the Flory van Donck Trophy Back at Golf du Mont Garni in Belgium and earn €528.
Italy's Federico Maccario shot a 67 to win by two from compatriot Valerio Pelluccua on 17 under.