France have finished top of the stroke play rankings after day two of the European Ladies' Team Championship.
Emma Broze tied the course record with an eight-under-par 64 in the morning of round two. This would ensure her team would be seeded first for the Flight A match play on a total of 29-under-par.
Germany will be seeded second after finishing on -18, and will be tough opponents in the matchplay, having only posted one score over par over the first two days.
Sweden placed third in the stroke play on -17. Frida Kinhult lead the team, shooting an eight-under-par 64 in the afternoon of day two to secure the lowest individual aggregate over the two days.
Denmark, fourth, England, fifth, and Finland, sixth, all will be pleased after securing spots in the medal matches on 13-under, 11-under, and 10-under respectively.
Italy, Ireland, traded places all afternoon for the final spots in Flight A, but it would ultimately be the Spaniards who missed out, finishing in ninth on six-under-par, just one shot behind the other two.