Chalmers rises and the resurgence of Scott dominate discussion on day two of the Australian Open.
The second round of the 2014 Emirates Australian Open saw two-time former champion Greg Chalmers take the lead at the end of the day at 5-under par, one stroke ahead of a whole bunch of players including world number one Rory McIlroy.
The early part of the day belonged to Adam Scott which saw his resurgence. A 5-under par 66 brought Scott right back into the tournament and lies just three strokes behind Chalmers.
Rod Morri and Bruce Young wrap things up for us ahead of a fascinating weekend.