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Ardina shoots 67

All three Filipinas, led by Dottie Ardina, stayed inside the 70-player cut after two rounds in the LPGA Tour Q-School final stage at the Magnolia Grove Golf Club in Mobile, Alabama Friday.

Dottie Ardina, playing at the Falls course, sparkled with a bogey-free four-under par 67 to climb to joint 18th on 4-under 139.

Bianca Pagdanganan made only one birdie against three bogeys to card a 73 at Falls course and drop to joint 37th on 141.

Clariss Guce, on the other hand, was in a share of 61st on even par 143 after a 70 at the Crossings course.

American Riley Rennell and Manon De Roey were on top of the leaderboard on 10-under after a 67 and 69, respectively.

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