EDDIE Pepperell continued his good form with a solid showing at Made in HimmerLand.

The Abingdon golfer enjoyed a productive weekend in Denmark as he ended the tournament seven-under par, which saw him tie for 37th.

A four-under par second round meant the Frilford Heath member was one shot above the cut at the halfway stage and he carried his momentum into Saturday.

Playing alongside Spaniard Jorge Campillo, Pepperell began with a string of pars before he birdied the fifth and the seventh holes.

A promising front nine was only spoiled by a bogey at the ninth as he reached the turn four-under for the tournament.

The 30-year-old strung together an excellent second half of his round, though, picking up shots at the 13th, 16th and 17th to go into the final day of the event seven-under.

Starting slightly later yesterday, Pepperell was joined by David Law on the first tee as he sought to mount an unlikely challenge for the top spots of the leaderboard.

He could not have started better, picking up a shot at the par-four first.

More pars followed, before a lively string of holes saw Pepperell bogey the seventh and ninth, sandwiching a birdie at the eighth.

The rest of his round was less exciting, as a bogey at the 12th was cancelled out by a birdie at the 17th to end the day where he started.

In the end, Pepperell was 14 shots off the winner, Austrian Bernd Wiesberger, who triumphed by five shots.

Nevertheless, it was another finish towards the top of the leaderboard as he continues to put a poor start to the year behind him.

Pepperell has made the cut at his last four tournaments and placed in the top 20 two weekends in a row, ending the Canary Islands Championship 12th before going one better with a tie for 11th at the Betfred British Masters at The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield.

It came after the two-time European Tour winner failed to finish in the top 50 at five events in a row, having not reached the weekend at four of them.

That saw the former World No 32 drop outside the top 200 on the planet.

Pepperell has not entered upcoming tournaments in Germany and Sweden next month.