KARACHI - Javed Inayat, Jahangir brothers Danyal and Aadil and Karachi's Waheed Baloch all made the cut at the end of the second round of the Grameen Bangladesh Masters now in progress at Kurmitola golf course in Dhaka, according to information received here Friday. Though lying far low on the leader board yet the Pakistanis did good by making the cut which was made at 154. The only Pakistani who could make the cut was Ghulam Rasool with 162 (80-82). Experienced Javed Inayat took 24th rung on the leader board with 147 after he carded two over 74 in the second round to add to his first round of one over 73. Danayal Jahangir was placed at 38th with 150. The youngster had done well in the first round when he logged one over 73 but faltered in the second which he finished at five over 77. His brother Aadil Jahangir was placed 52nd with 154. He carded 78 and 76. Waheed Baloch one of the seniors most pro at Karachi golf circle was placed at 54 with 154. His score was the best amongst all the Pakistanis at one over 73. He had carded 81 on the first day. In the meantime, Bangladesh professionals continued to dominate the US$75,000 Asian Development Tour event. A total of 58 players made the halfway cut which was set at 10-over-par 154. Scores of Pakistanis (second round): (24) 147- Javed Inayat 73-74 (38) 150 Danayal Jahangir 73-77 (52) 154 Aadil Jahangir 78-76 (54) 154 Waheed Baloch 81-73 (80)162 Ghulam Rasool 80-82 Local hero Siddikur extended his lead by eight strokes after the second round with some glorious putting. Siddikur posted a flawless round of seven-under-par 65 for a two-day total of 13-under-par 131 to tighten his grip on the event. His compatriot Md A Motin battled to a 71 for a 139 total while Japanese Hirotaro Naito and Bangladeshis Md Liton Howlader and Md Zamal Hossain Mollah shared third place on matching 140s at the Kurmitola Golf Club. Siddikur, the first Bangladeshi to play and win on the Asian Tour, turned in 32 before adding three birdies on his homeward nine. His birdies were all within the region of six to 10 feet and he was beaming with confidence with his distant lead. Motin, who learned his golf swing by swinging with a tree branch, continued his dream run with six birdies against five bogeys. He admitted that it would be an uphill task to narrow the deficit on the number one golfer in Bangladesh. Japanese Naito was disappointed with his wayward tee shots as he struggled to close in on Siddikur. Thailand's Tommy Mansuwan, who has been based in the United States for the past 23 years, was delighted to recover from his opening 76 with a second round 69 highlighted by four birdies against one bogey to place him in tied 15th place. The Grameen Bangladesh Masters is the curtain raiser for the 2011 Asian Development Tour. The top three players on the Order of Merit at the end of the season will earn their Asian Tour cards for 2012. The Asian Development Tour, structured along the lines of the Nationwide Tour in the United States and European Challenge Tour, was launched in 2010 with tournaments already staged in Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia and Chinese Taipei. Leading second round scores: 131 - Siddikur (BAN) 66-65 139 - Md. A. MOTIN (BAN) 68-71 140 - Hirotaro NAITO (JPN) 70-70, Md. Liton HOWLADER (BAN) 69-71, Md. Zamal Hossain MOLLAH (BAN) 72-68 141 - Md. Milon AHMED (BAN) 72-69, Yosuke TSUKADA (JPN) 70-71 142 - Md. Sayum MIAH (BAN) 70-72 143 - Justin BRINK (IRL) 71-72, Bryan SALTUS (USA) 71-72, Rizal AMIN (MAS) 70-73, Ross CANAVAN (ENG) 71-72 144 - Md. Rezaul KARIM (BAN) 74-70, Takafumi KAWANE (JPN) 73-71 145 - Tommy MANSUWAN (THA) 76-69, Masaki SAKATA (JPN) 76-69, Kenichi SAWADA (JPN) 74-71, Neil REILLY (ENG) 72-73.