Jakarta, Indonesia, 29-11-2013

Bhullar stays ahead on day two in Indonesia

Gaganjeet Bhullar stayed ahead of the field even though he still had two holes to play from his second round at the weather-disrupted Indonesia Open on Friday.

Gaganjeet moved from seven-under in the first round to 10-under after 16 holes in the second.

Bhullar’s playing partner was Jazz Janewattananond of Thailand, who had nine-under with two more holes to play. They will return on Saturday to complete the second round alongside 52 other players. 

Thailand's Prom Meesawat shot a second round five-under-66 to compile a nine-under-133 total at the Pantai Indah Kapuk course at the Damai Indah Golf.

SSP Chowrasia was in excellent form shooting five-under-66 to move to tied 13th alongside Sujjan Singh, who was also at five-under with seven holes to play. 

Anirban Lahiri (71-68), Jyoti Randhawa (69-70), Abhinav Lohan (70-70), Himmat Rai (73 and four-under through 14), Chiragh Kumar (74-67), Shiv Kapur (72 and two-under through 15) and Rahil Gangjee (75-69) all looked likely to make the cut. 

The lone Indian in danger was Ajeetesh Sandhu (73 and three-over through 16 holes).

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