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Summary

  1. South Korea's Mirim Lee is day two leader on -11 after round of 71
  2. Shanshan Feng (China) and Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand) one shot behind (-10)
  3. Scotland's Catriona Matthew two shots off lead (-9) after posting 65
  4. Other British players include Charley Hull (-5), Bronte Law (-4) and Melissa Reid (-2)
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By Henry Ditchfield

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Ha Na Jang up into joint fourth

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South Korea's Ha Na Jang is now joint fourth on nine under par with Scotland's Catriona Matthew, after slotting home her fifth birdie of the day. 

With just six holes remaining, she's only two shots behind the lead.

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Ha Na Jang
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Jutanugarn moves into joint second place

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Ariya Jutanugarn
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Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn has moved into joint second place on ten under par with China's Shanshan Feng, after a three-under 69.

Scotland's Catriona Matthew is hot on her heels though at nine under par, after carding an impressive seven-under 65, the best of the day,

Both trail South Korea's Mirim Lee, who is out in front on 11 under.

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Leading amateur Law only seven behind lead using borrowed clubs

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England's Bronte Law says she is currently "riding the wave" as she sits four under par for the tournament, just seven behind the lead.

The most amazing thing about this is she is doing all this without her own clubs.

Following her European Ladies' Amateur Championship win last week in Sweden, her clubs got lost on her flight home, so she's been using a set borrowed from her coach. Big respect Bronte.

Beautiful view

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America's Lexi Thompson posted an impressive five under par today, taking her to five under for the tournament, six shots behind the leader, South Korea's Mirim Lee. She treated herself to a post round run in the Buckinghamshire sunshine.

Beautiful view for my post round run :) 💪🏼 instagram.com/p/BIcrRYkAEm4/

Lexi Thompson's post round run
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Kim holes with incredible approach

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Kim Sei-Young birdies with a delightful approach on the 13th. The Korean is three under par today and six under par for the tournament, five shots behind the leader, her compatriot Mirim Lee.

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Scotland's Matthew moves to nine-under-par

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Scotland's Catriona Matthew has birdied three of the last four holes, including the 12th, where she expertly chipped in, to move to nine under par.

She is third overall, but has four holes to go today and who would bet against her taking the overall lead by the end of her round?

South Korea's Mirim Lee still leads on 11 under par, one shot ahead of China's Shanshan Feng.

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Thompson birdies

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Lexi Thompson birdies with this impressive bunker shot on the 16th. The American went on to finish her second round with a score of 67 putting her five under par. 

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Hull told to speed up

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England's Charley Hull was put on the clock from the 13th to the 16th holes because of slow play and blames this on her bogey at the 16th hole. 

The good news for her is that she finished the day on two under par and is five under for the tournament, only six shots behind current leader Mirim Lee of South Korea.

Watch an interview with Hull below.

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Scotland's Matthew marching on

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Scotland's Catriona Matthew is four-under-par after the first 10 holes and is currently joint sixth on six-under-par for the tournament along with Australia's Karrie Webb.

The three players at the top of the leaderboard are all sitting pretty in the clubhouse - South Korea's Mirim Lee is 11 under par, China's Shanshan Feng is 10 under par and America's Mo Martin is eight under par.

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Lincicome superb tee shot on 17th

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Brittany Lincicome hit this wonderful tee shot on the 17th. The American, who played well at times, struggled for consistency and finished her round one over par. 

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'Looking very dangerous, very, very dangerous'

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China's Shanshan Feng, who is currently second, sinks a birdie putt on the 18th to finish on -10 and is one behind the leader Mirim Lee.

In the words of the great Peter Alliss, "she's looking very dangerous, very, very dangerous".

Watch the clip below to see the putt.

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Lee leads by one, finishing at -11

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After bogeying the 17th hole, South Korea's Mirim Lee has finished at -11 and leads China's Shanshan Feng by one shot and America's Mo Martin by three shots.

Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn is level par after four holes, seven-under-par for the tournament, along with Spain's Beatriz Recari who has birdied four of the front nine and is four under for the day.

England's Charley Hull has finished at five-under-par, the same score as Scotland's Catriona Matthew, who has birdied three of the first six holes and still has 12 holes to play.

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Charley Hull finishes at five-under-par

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A panoramic view of the 18th as @HullCharley approaches! 📸#RWBO16

A panoramic view of the 18th as @HullCharley approaches! 📸#RWBO16

Nice view of the 18th at Woburn. 

England's Charley Hull has finished at five under par, six shots behind South Korea's Mirim Lee, who has four holes left to play.

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Mo on the move

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American Mo Martin birdies the 15th and is now eight under, three shots behind South Korean leader Mirim Lee, who has bogeyed the 13th and drops to 11 under.

England's Charley Hull has finished on five-under-par, after bogeying the 16th. England's leading amateur Bronte Law has bogeyed the fourth and sixth holes and is now two under, along with compatriots Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Melissa Reid. 

Catriona Matthew is Scotland's leading player at three under, while Lydia Hall is flying the flag for Wales at level par.

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Law impresses at Woburn

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English amateur Bronte Law, 21, has claimed two birdies in her first three holes today. She birdied the first and third holes of her second round, after finishing on two under on Thursday.

Charley Hull, who will be representing Great Britain in the Rio Olympics, is still six under, with just three holes left to play.

However, the pair remain well behind South Korea's Mirim Lee, who is the leader at 12 under. She is two shots clear of China's Shanshan Feng, who has finished her second round and is on 10 under.

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Charley on the charge

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England's Charley Hull is on the charge having birdied the 11th and 12th holes respectively to move to six under.

South Korea's Mirim Lee is now three shots clear at -12, after a birdie at the par-five seventh at Woburn. 

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Lee two shots clear

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Mirim Lee is now two shots clear after Shanshan Feng bogeyed the 12th and 14th holes.

Charley Hull is the leading Brit on four under after 10 holes, Melissa Reid is two under after 13, with English amateur Bronte Law and Scotland's Catriona Matthew also on the same score.

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Shanshan Feng now joint leader

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South Korea's Mirim Lee, who led at the end of day one after shooting a course-record 10-under-par 62 at Woburn, has moved to -11.

She has now been joined by China's Shanshan Feng who is currently on an impressive -5 for the day after 10 holes.

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Shanshan Feng
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Day two at Woburn

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It is day two of the Women's British Open from Woburn and we will have live coverage on BBC Two from 13:00.

To get you in the mood, watch this 'beautiful' tee shot from Stacey Lewis on the 17th during yesterday's play.

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Women's British Open: Stacey Lewis' 'beautiful' tee-shot on 17th

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South Korea's Mirim Lee overnight leader

Mirim Lee
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Good morning everyone, welcome to live text coverage of day two of the Women's British Open, where South Korea's Mirim Lee led at the end of day one after shooting a course-record 10-under-par 62 at Woburn.