Overnight leaders Dustin Risdon out of Canada and Jamaica's William Knibbs continue to head the pro and amateur leaderboards at the 54th Jamaica Open Golf Championship at the end of day two at the Tryall Golf Club.
It was a similar score on day one for Risdon as day two where he hit another 4 under par 68 to lead the 68 participants.
Knibbs fell two strokes behind after an even par 72 on the second day following his 2 under par 70 on day one. But it was Wesley Brown who grabbed the spotlight after scoring an eagle on hole number five.
Brown ended with a score of 3 over par 75 to be the best local pro at the end of day two.
Not to be outdone, was the USA's Kurtis Luedtke who posted the best one day score of 6 under par 66 to share second position with Michael McGuire of the US and Benjamin Martin of Trinidad and Tobago.
Day two was a good outing for the players as ten of the pros posted under par scores. No amateur recorded an under par score with Knibbs having the best one day tally of par 72.