DUNSANY (AFP) - Rookie Caroline Hedwall continued her sensational show of form at the Solheim Cup as Europe doubled the overnight lead to two points by taking the second day foursomes 2 - 1 at Killeen Castle In Ireland. Seeking a first win since 2003, the home side lead 7-5. Hedwall, the youngest European at 22, had won her fourball 5 and 4 with fellow-Swede Sophie Gustafson on day one and they again proved to be the dream team in a crushing 6 and 5 win over Angela Stanford and Stacy Lewis in the top foursome. "It's so exciting it's unbelievable," said the 22-year-old, who has her twin sister, Jacqueline, as her caddie. "Sophie is so confident and calm and that makes me the same and she is so easy to play with." It was a great day for the four Swedes in Alison Nicholas's team. In the third match, Anna Nordqvist and Maria Hjorth added another point with a 3 and 2 triumph over Brittany Lang and 51-year-old Juli Inkster. Ryann O'Toole was a controversial wild card selection by USA Captain Rosie Jones. But she repaid her with a great win alongside Morgan Pressel in the second match. All square with six to play against Karen Stupples and Christel Boeljon, the first Dutch player in a Solheim Cup, the Americans won the 14th and 15th with birdies and also won the 16th with a par to win 3 and 2. In the bottom match, Catriona Matthew and Azahara Munoz were one down playing the 18th. But Cristie Kerr bunkered the approach shot and then missed a seven foot putt for par and had to settle for a half alongside Paula Creamer. Creamer and Kerr will play again in the afternoon fourballs - they will be the only players to line-up in all five series. Overall score: Europe 7 USA 5: Caroline Hedwall and Sophie Gustafson beat Angela Stanford and Stacy Lewis 6 and 5 Karen Stupples and Christel Boeljon lost to Morgan Pressel and Ryann O'Toole 3 and 2 Maria Hjorth and Anna Nordqvist beat Brittany Lang and Juki Inkster 3 and 2 Catriona Matthew and Azahara Munoz halved with Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer.