Rain wrecks day two in Zimbabwe
Friday’s 2nd round of the Africom Zimbabwe Open was suspended at 13h19 when persistent rain made play impossible.
Friday’s second round of the Africom Zimbabwe Open was suspended at 13h19 when persistent heavy rain waterlogged the Royal Harare course and made further play impossible.
Worst still, the weather forecast has predicted more rain for the rest of the weekend and because the entire field needs to complete 36 holes of golf in order for a result to be obtained, the organisers who hoping to get the second round completed morning early on Saturday.
Overnight leader Theunis Spangenberg was one of the lucky few able to complete his round – and he did so in fine style, signing for a five-under par 67 and a 13-under par 36-hole total of 131.
Darryn Lloyd is alone in second on 11-under par with Deane Pappas a further shot behind.
Defending champion Jbè Kruger has yet to tee off and was in fact standing on the first tee when play was suspended.
Leading Latest Scores (RSA unless specified):
Please note that the scores below include holes played in incomplete rounds (in brackets) and also lists those yet to begin their second rounds
-13 Theunis Spangenberg 64 67
-11 Darryn Lloyd 67 66
-10 Deane Pappas 67 67
-7 Neil Schietekat 68 69, Andrew Georgiou 68 (-3) 
-6 JG Claassen 69 69, Jaco Ahlers 69 69, Adilson da Silva (BRA) 73 (-7) , Neil Cheetham (ENG) 66
-5 Michiel Bothma 75 64, Martin Maritz 67
-4 Johan du Buisson 69 71, Grant Muller 73 67, Ben Mannix (ENG) 69 (-1) , Anthony Michael 67 (+1) , Branden Grace 69 (-1) , Dawie Van der Walt 69 (-1) , Jean Hugo 68, Jbe’ Kruger 68, Vaughn Groenewald 68
-3 Johan Etsebeth 74 67, Trevor Fisher Jnr 71 70, PH McIntyre 69 72, Allan Versfeld 72 (-3) , Darren Fichardt 72 (-3) , Justin Harding 74 (-5) , Tony Johnstone (ZIM) 69, Dean O’Riley 69, Divan van den Heever 69, Tyrone Mordt 69, Albert Pistorius 69, Derik Ferreira 69, Andrew Odoh (NGA) 69
-2 Merrick Bremner 74 68, Alan McLean (SCO) 70 (Par) , Ignatius Mketekete (ZIM) 71 (-1) , Dismas Indiza (KEN) 70 (Par) , Robert Wiederkehr (SUI) 70 (Par) , Bruce McDonald (ZIM) 70, Matthew Carvell 70, Warren Abery 70, Toto Thimba (Jnr) 70, Josh Cunliffe 70, Michael Dreyer 70
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