Kenya Railways golfer Samuel Njoroge is the only Kenyan who made the cut at the ongoing Magical Kenya Open Golf championships on par 71 Karen Club.
Njoroge will be battling out with 76 other professional golfers, which is a European Tour.
But Kalle Samooja fired his way to the top of the leaderboard in the second round. The Finland international fired a brilliant five under par 66 with a 11 under par.
He is joined at the top with Australia’s Scott Hend. The two leaders starts the third round with a narrow one shot lead from Scotland’s Connor Syme and South Africa’s Dean Burmester who closed the day on 10 under par total each to tie for the third place. Whilst Syme fired 67 in the second round, Burmester had a brave 64.