Indonesian play stopped for darkness
By wire services
Published March 4, 2006
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Thongchai Jaidee and Simon Dyson shared the lead with 4-under 68s in the partially completed second round of the Indonesia Open on Friday.
Thongchai of Thailand and Dyson of England finished with a two-day total of 10-under 134 at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club before darkness forced the suspension of play.
They are two strokes ahead of Rahil Gangjee (67), Wilhelm Schauman (68) and Andrew Buckle (69) in the tournament, which had a two-hour delay earlier Friday because of lightning.
American Anthony Kang (70) was another stroke back.
Weather permitting, the 51 players will complete the second round on this morning.