MALLORCA (AFP) South Africas James Kingston added a level par 70 to his opening round of 65 to share the lead of the Mallorca Open with Swedens Pelle Edberg at the halfway stage on Friday. They were three clear of the field with Welshman Stuart Manleys 68 bringing him into a tie for third on two under with Spaniards Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Alejandro Canizares. Edberg, 31, carded an impressive second round 64, the lowest of his career, despite the cold and windy conditions. Edberg, out in 32 before picking up further shots on the fifth, sixth and eighth, was on the last fairway when a thunderstorm halted play for over two hours. I got a par on the last hole that felt like a birdie, said the Swede who lost his Tour card six months ago. The thunderstorm was pretty close when we stopped, so I couldnt finish the hole. I had 165 metres to the pin on the ninth and was practising with a seven iron, but when I got back on the course after the delay it was a soft nine iron. It was crazy. Even that pitched by the hole and finished 15 metres behind. I didnt expect 64, but I played really well tee-to-green and gave myself opportunities. At the end of the day only seven players were under par, Englands Andrew Marshall and Scot Jamie McLeary both scoring 69 to stand one under. The course has become a monster. Its brutal out there, said Marshall.