Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell are right in contention after the second round at The Barclays. McIlroy carded a 65 to sit on 3-under par, with McDowell a shot better off and just four shots behind joint leaders Adam Scott and Cameron Tringale. Jamie Donaldson continues to lead the D+D Real Czech Masters at the Albatross course near Prague. A second round 69 sees the Welshman on 9 under par, edging towards a position in Europe’s Ryder Cup team. He’s one stroke clear of Gregory Bourdy. Kerry’s David Higgins missed the cut, finishing 2 over after a 70-the cut fell at level par. Halfway leader in the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open is So Yeon Ryu. 15 under after a 66 she’s 5 clear of Anna Nordqvist, Danielle Kang and Na Yeon Choi. First round leader at the Champions Tour-Boeing Classic is Mike Goodes. 8 under following a 64, that’s one in front of Mark Brooks and 2 better off than Gene Sauers, Scott Hoch, Mark O’Meara, Jeff Sluman and Ireland’s Mark McNulty.
Pádraig Garvey of Republican Sinn Féin explained to Jerry why they are staging protests tomorrow against Prince Charles and Camilla’s visit. http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/RSF.MP3