There are two Ladies tied at the top of the board at the L.E.T. Ladies German Open, with scores of -6 under par for the tournament. Charley Hull from England and Carlota Ciganda from Spain have a one shot lead over the field. Charley Hull and Carlota Ciganda / Getty After the very heavy rain led to the abandonment of second-round play on Friday, the Stipulated Round was reduced to nine holes due to the condition of the course. A torrential downpour in the afternoon followed by steady rainfall interrupted play and organisers were praised in getting any play on at all. The majority of the days play was completed before a suspension of two hours and 25 minutes. The two leaders returned to the course at 7.15 pm to complete their nine holes. Charley was two shots clear of Carlota at the suspension of play but could not maintain that position; " I started off really well. I started with a birdie and plodded my way around after that. I birdied the par-3, which is the 12th hole, then parred and bogeyed 14." Carlota was celebrating her 23rd birthday, and had lots of rain-coated friends in her gallery; " It has been a strange week. The last two days have been crazy and the weather wasn't helping at all so you can’t really do anything. It was such a shame and unlucky because it’s a great event and great organisation, but when the weather is that bad and the course is almost unplayable, it’s hard. At least we managed to play nine holes today and we’ll see how it goes tomorrow. I did three birdies and one bogey. I was just trying to hit one shot at a time and just playing my best golf, but it wasn't easy because it was raining and very wet." Rebecca Hudson is in third place at -5 under par, and there are then four players tied at -4 under par. In these conditions anything could, and probably will happen.