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Georgia Hall has surged to the top of the individual leaderboard in the LET Tour event with a blistering nine-under 64 in London.
England's Hall carded five birdies as well as eagles at the par-four eighth and par-five 13th in a blemish-free second round at the Centurion Club to move to 11 under overall, one shot ahead of Thai teenager Atthaya Thitikul.
"I played really well and managed to hole some good putts," the 25-year-old said. "I actually hit it really close - my long game was much better. I'm really happy with how I'm playing. Hopefully that will continue.
"I'm in a really good position. This course you can shoot low, so another one like that (on Saturday), I won't be too far away."
Australia's Stephanie Kyriacou remains in contention, but the 21-year-old is now five shots adrift of Hall in a tie for fifth along with joint overnight leader Kasey MacDonald.
Kyriacou shot a second successive three-under 70, posting four birdies with a lone bogey.
As well as the individual competition, the players' scores are also being entered in a team event. The players are in teams of four featuring three professionals and one amateur. The two best scores on each hole count.
After the second round, the quartet of German pair Olivia Cowan and Sarina Schmidt, India's Diksha Dagar and amateur Andrew Kelsey lead by two on 29 under overall from Magdalena Simmermacher, Marta Martin, Kukkonen and Ines Hellmayr.