Date: June 21, 2013
Author: Omnisport

Ormsby holds fourth at Selangor Masters

Adelaide-born Wade Ormsby remains in contention at the Selangor Masters after carding a second-round 70 on Friday for a total of 138 at the halfway mark. But the 33-year-old Ormsby, who won his first Asian Tour title in India in April, trails Thailand&aposs Pariya Junhasavasdikul, the overnight leader, by four shots. Pariya completed his second round in 68 to add to his opening round 66 for an eight-under par 134. He leads Korea&aposs Seuk-hyun Baek by one stroke while Malaysian amateur Gavin Green is two shots further behind on 137 after a second day 69. Sweden&aposs Peter Gustafsson is in outright fifth after a round of 69 gave him a combined total of 139. Four players are tied for sixth on 141: American Anthony Kang, Thomas Peterrson of Sweden, India&aposs Anirban Lahiri and Thailand&aposs Chawalit Plaphol. The next best Australians are Unho Park, Marcus Both and Sam Brazel who share 10th place on 142.