German players lead the European Mid-Amateur Men's and Ladies' Championships at Pula Golf Resort in Spain.
94 men and 50 women are competing for two seperate titles over three rounds of stroke play on the island of Mallorca.
The second of three rounds was completed late on Friday after a stoppage of play in the afternoon due to thunderstorms.
Stefan Wiedergrün currently leads the field in the men's championship. The German is the only player to return two under-par scores in the tournament after shooting a second consecutive round of 71 (-1) to take the lead on -2.
Two shots further on level-par are Philipp Westermann (GER) and Joonas Hinkkanen (FIN).
Felix Wartenberg (GER) fired a 68 (-4) in round two, the lowest score of the day, to climb 35 positions into a tie for 4th place with overnight leader, Steven Rojas (SUI). The Swiss player reached the 15th tee at level-par for the day, but three bogeys and a double-bogey in the closing four holes would drop him from -4 to +1 for the tournament.
Defending champion, Rodrigo Lacerda Soares (SUI) climbed 19 positions in round two after a 75 (+3) put him at +9 for the tournament, four clear of the cut mark at +13.
Despite opening with six pars, 2018 and 2019 champion, Carlos de Corral (SPA), could only manage a 12-over-par round of 84 on day two, missing the cut.
In the ladies' championship, Deborah Wehle maintained her lead. The German player carded a 75 (+3) in round two to put her at +5 for the tournament. She will start Saturday's final round with a three-stroke advantage over compatriot, Maria Anetseder, and Spain's Ane Urchegui García.
France's Hélène Malvy is still in contention in 4th position on +9, while Ines Tusquets (SPA) is just one shot further back on +10.
34 ladies made the cut at 23-over-par and will compete in the final round on Saturday.