Four players share the lead at the halfway stage of the Fiji International.
Here, we take a look at what the three players in a tie for fifth had to say after their second rounds.
Adam Bland (71, -5)
"I got off to a nice start and made a couple of birdies early on with a long putt on the tenth and then I made a short birdie putt on the 13th and was just kind of cruising along and then made an eight down 17. That was disappointing, that's a birdie hole and I turned it into a triple with a couple of bad breaks and that's it. Fought my way back for a couple of late birdies and then just played solid throughout the day which was nice."
David McKenzie (71, -5)
"I wasn't enormously happy with it. I made a few mistakes coming in. On the 11th hole I hit a great little pitch in there, it landed right beside the hole and spun back into the bunker. I didn't have a good lie and didn't get up and down. That rattled me a little bit and opened the floodgates for some more bogeys coming in."
Peter Wilson (71, -5)
"It's always nice to have the good side of the draw on this course, I've had it the last couple of years actually - I've been quite lucky. I had a slow start, I was a bit uncomfortable at the start, but I made a few birdies coming in. I was unlucky to bogey the last but that's the way it goes."