EDMONTON - World number one Park In-Bee fired a five-under par 65 on Friday to grab a share of the second-round lead at the LPGA Canadian Women's Open. South Korea's Park, who has won three major titles this season, was joined on eight-under 132 by US veteran Cristie Kerr, who carded a 66. First-round co-leader Angela Stanford carded a 68 that left her tied for third on 133 with France's Karine Icher, who posted a 66. Lydia Ko, whose victory in this tournament last year at the age of 15 made her the youngest player to win an LPGA title, had shared the overnight lead with Stanford. The 16-year-old phenom from New Zealand carded a second-round 69 that left her tied for fifth on six-under 134, alongside England's Laura Davies (66) and American Paula Creamer (68). –AFP