Marshall is still in touch with leaders

Norfolk's Andrew Marshall slipped five shots off the lead after an indifferent second day at Crans-sur-Sierre.

Norfolk's Andrew Marshall slipped five shots off the lead after an indifferent second day at Crans-sur-Sierre.

The Dereham professional, who had opened up with an excellent 68, could only add a one-over-par 72 yesterday after bogeying two of his opening four holes. Marshall hit back with a string of pars, and a couple of birdies, before spoiling his good work by notching a bogey six at the 628-yard ninth, his final hole. Meanwhile, Michelle Wie slumped to last place on her European Tour debut and admitted she was shocked by her performance at the Omega European Masters.

She added a second-round 79 to her 78 for a 15-over-par total of 157, 22 shots behind leaders Bradley Dredge, Marcel Siem and Andrew McLardy. Wie has now missed the cut in nine of her 10 appearances in men's events.


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