Leon (Mexico): Rahil Gangjee's hope of making the cut in the Mexico Open golf tournament hangs in uncertainty as inclement weather stopped play after he birdied the second hole of round two on Saturday.

Earlier, the Kolkata-born golfer shot a 75 that had five birdies, six bogeys and a double bogey in a roller-coaster of a round on Friday.

Gangjee is now two-over for 21 holes with 15 more to go and the cut is expected to come around one-under or even.

Gangjee opened with a birdie on 10th, but bogeyed four times between 11th and 17th before a birdie on 18th.

On the second stretch, he birdied the first and third but that euphoria died as he double bogeyed the fourth. There were two more bogeys on seventh and ninth with a birdie in between for a 75.

Australian Adam Bland and local favourite Oscar Fraustro shared the lead at a tournament record score of 10-under 134 before play was halted because of darkness.

Another Mexican Octavio Gonzalez and American Nicholas Thompson are joint second at eight-under par.

Only a total of 57 players out of 144 have completed their second round at El Bosque Country Club's par-72 course.