There was no more play for the day at the Africom Zimbabwe Open after play was suspended at 13h19 on Friday after persistent rain waterlogged the course rendering it unplayable.
The weather forecast has predicted rain for the rest of the weekend. However the entire field needs to complete 36 holes of golf in order for the event to be decided, which means that play will resume at 07h00 on Saturday with some of the second round morning field still to complete their rounds.
Overnight leader Theunis Spangenberg was one of the lucky few to complete his round and did so in fine style signing off for a five-under par 67 for a two-round total of 13-under par 131. Darryn Lloyd was alone in second on 11-under par with Deane Pappas a further shot behind.
Defending champion Jbè Kruger was yet to tee off and was in fact standing on the first tee when play was suspended.