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Another consistent round from Paul Dunne in Italy but still a long way from the leaders

Graeme McDowell also made it to the weekend…just about.

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PAUL DUNNE PUT together another decent round at the Italian Open but remains a long way off joint-leaders Marcus Fraser and Matt Wallace.

Dunne carded a two-under par 69 for his second round that puts him at six-under overall but he’s still seven shots from the top of the leaderboard.

Fraser had a superb nine-under round of 62, a career best and easily the top performance of the day. Still, Wallace wasn’t far behind of six-under and the pair are two clear of their nearest challengers.

Graeme McDowell just about made it to the weekend.

With the cut-off at three-under, he finished Friday’s round on two-under – putting him at four-under overall.

Padraig Harrington was less fortunate and missed the cut.

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