With no let up from the rain, Officials have abandoned play for the remainder of the day.
Play will resume at 7.00am tomorrow morning, with the cut to be made at the end of the round.
Officials anticipate the third round will begin at 10.30am with a shot gun start.
3.21pm: Play Suspended Due To Weather
Officials have susp[ended play at 3.21pm due to the persistent rain. With Several greens under the threat of flooding, LET and Golf NSW officials were faced with no option to call a halt to the proceedings.
Overnight leader Meghan MacLaren (-8) is yet to complete her 11th hole, while Spppains Carmen Alonso is two shots back at six under. England’s Alice Hewson is at four under, while 2022 NSW amateur champ Sarah Hammett is one of three players who are minus three.
Officials will determine a time shortly for a course inspection and an update on any resumption.
2.00pm: Electrifying Carmen Joins the Dance
Spanish Star Carmen Alonso and overnight leader Meghan MacLaren have separated themselves from the field midway through the second round of the Australian Womens Classic here in Bonville.
Alonso has had a mixed bag on the back-nine, with four birdies and two bogeys to turn in a well crafted two under 35; an impressive effort in the less than ideal conditions that the afternoon half of the draw are now facing.
MacLaren, meanwhile is still on a move and has a handy round going also. currently two under through six holes, the Coffs Coast Specialist is still the one they are all trying to catch.
11.00AM: Will The Weather Gods Rule?
Welcome to Day Two LIVE of the Australian Women’s Classic here at Bonville Golf Resort.
After a near flawless opening day yesterday, the Weather Gods have made their call and it will be a wet afternoon for those at the top of the leaderboard.
Overnight leader Meghan MacLaren, the 2018 Women’s NSW Open at nearby Coffs Harbour, has rekindled her love affair with the region by carding a five under 67 in the opening round.
Victorian young gun, Stephanie Bunque, and Spain’s Carmen Alonso, are just a shot behind, and will be keen to overhaul the Englishwoman before the end of the day.
Alexandra Swayne, from the renowned golf hub of the US Virgin Islands, is one of the best players on course this morning, the tour rookie holding it together at one under for the day, and two under par total to be in a tie for 6th place.
Spains Maria Hernandez is another player riding a great round, currently three under par for the day and back to plus one.
With 60 professionals plus ties to make it to the wee=kend, the cut lines currently sits at plus six, however, with the afternoon action set to begin, it will be fascinating to see who makes the all important weekend and who doesn’t.
Keen to catch all the action on what will be a thrilling day at one of Australia’s best resorts, then catch the livestream on the tournament homepage: www.auswomensclassic.com.au