For the first time, Bagalana made the cut in the second leg of the 12 tournament series at Royal Nairobi Club to bank his first cheque .
Bagalana shot a second-round four-under 76, one stroke more than his first-round score.
The Royal Nairobi leg is the second in a series of 12 tournaments that will constitute the 2020/21 Safari Tour
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The tightly contested championship has ten golfers all tied in the fifth position having all returned 74 gross in the first round.
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