Wales: Jyoti Randhawa survived a double bogey on the 14th hole to make the cut along with compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh, after the halfway stage of the Wales Open.
Both the Indians are tied for the 58th place with a two-day total of one-under 137.
Randhawa offset a couple of bogeys with birdies on the fifth and 12th but dropped two shots on the 14th. He then sunk a birdie on the 16th to make the cut with a one-over 70 in the second round.
Jeev, meanwhile, had an average outing as the Volvo China Open winner mixed two bogeys with as many birdies as he carded a level-par second round.
Meanwhile, Robert Karlsson broke the European Tour's 36-hole aggregate record on Friday, with rounds of 61 and 63 for a total of 124, eclipsing Tiger Woods and Frankie Minoza's records by a stroke. The Swede is four strokes clear of the British trio of Phillip Archer, Simon Dyson and Paul Broadhurst. UNI