Sister act - Leona and Lisa cut it at Woburn
 Leona Maguire and her sister Lisa, who is caddying this week and in Rio.

Leona Maguire and her sister Lisa, who is caddying this week and in Rio.

Leona Maguire showed she can be a force in Rio when she added a two under 70 to her opening 71 to make the cut with ease in the Ricoh Women's British Open at Woburn.

With twin sister Lisa on the bag, the world amateur No 2 made four birdies in a solid round to go into the weekend tied for 25th place, eight behind leader Mirim Lee of Korea on three under par.

Lee followed her 62 with a 71 to lead by one stroke on 11 under par from China's Shanahan Feng (68) and Thailand's Ariya Jutanugar (69).

Royal County Down Ladies' Olivia Mehaffey missed the one over par cut by four shots after rounds of 75 and 74 but having played alongside multiple major winner Yani Tseng and Solheim Cup star Lisette Salas, she clearly enjoyed the experience. Scores

 Olivia Mehaffey with Yani Tseng and Lisette Salas. Picture; Olivia Mehaffey

Olivia Mehaffey with Yani Tseng and Lisette Salas. Picture; Olivia Mehaffey