Park takes share of the lead
Inbee Park shot to the top of the leaderboard with Cristie Kerr as she fired a round of five-under on day two of the Canadian Women's Open.
World number one Park, winner of three majors this season, had seven birdies and two bogeys to join Kerr at eight under for the tournament, her American playing partner carding a 66 with six birdies.
They ended the day one shot clear of Angela Stanford and Karine Icher, Stanford dropping back from a share of the overnight lead with a round of 68.
Stanford had held that lead alongside defending champion Lydia Ko, who dropped into a tie for fifth at six under after carding a 69 that featured three bogies.
The best round of the day belonged to American Kathleen Ekey, who eagled the par four opening hole to set up a round of 64, propelling her into a share of eighth alongside Charley Hull, Hee Young Park and Stacy Prammanasudh.