DORSET star Georgia Hall produced a impressive second round to put herself in contention at the Dubai Ladies’ Classic.

The former Oakmead College pupil signed for a five under par 67 at the Emirates Golf Club to go with her opening round of 70.

That put the 21-year-old in the mix heading into the weekend.

She is three shots off the early pace set by Holland’s Anne Van Dam at 10 under.

Starting day two on the back nine, European order of merit winner Hall rattled off birdies at the 11th and 13th holes either side of a bogey at the par four 12th.

A birdie at the 17th put the Wimborne-based professional in a strong position heading into her second nine.

Hall did not drop any more shots throughout her second round and produced a sublime finish with birdies on three of her final five holes to climb the leaderboard.

Currently in a tie for third, Hall tees of in the final group tomorrow alongside leader Van Dam and second-place Kelsey MacDonald.

Ranked 40th in the world, the former Canford Kid is going in search of her first Ladies European Tour victory.

Last week, Hall secured a full LPGA Tour card, having held her nerve to finish in the top 20 at the qualifying school in Florida.