Hall, from Bridgend, has 13 top 10 finishes on the Ladies European Tour -9 ] E Pedersen (Den); -7 L Hall (Wal); -6 G Hall (Eng); -5 E Henseleit (Ger), L Fuenfstueck (Ger) Selected others: -4 C Booth (Sco); -3 E Givens (Eng); -1 L Davies (Eng); +1 C Hull (Eng); +4 B Morgan (Wal) Full Classification
Wales & # 39; Lydia Hall and England & # 39; s Georgia Hall remain well placed midway through phase of the inaugural Saudi Ladies International event.
The Welshwoman fired a one-under-71 to lie two shots behind Denmark's leader Emily Kristine Pedersen.
Her English namesake, who led after the opening round, is one battle back after a 73.
After a double bogey on the 15th the winner of the British Open 2018 recovered well. to have a shot at the next hole.
Saudi Arabia is hosting its first professional tournaments for women this month, with a team event next week.
The current tournament, which is played in a bio-secure bubble, was scheduled for March but has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.