The second T = 2 state of the self-conjugate nucleus 20Ne has been observed as a compound resonance in the isospin-forbidden reactions 19F(p, p), (p, n), (p, α) and (p, γ) at Ep = 5.879±0.005 MeV. The resonance width Γlab is 10±3 keV. The excitation energy in 20Ne is 18.427±0.005 MeV in agreement with the value 18.5±0.1 MeV reported by Cerny et al. The state is found to decay through the p 0, p 1, P 2.P 3, p 4, p 5, p 7, n 0,n 1+n 2, α 0, α 1, α 2, α 4, and α 8 channels but not through the α3, α5, α6, α7, and α9, channels within the limits of observation. The γ-transitions from the state are mainly through the cascade [ Ex = 18.427; Jπ = 2 +; T = 2] → [12.25; (2) +; 1] → (1.63; 2 +; 0] with no observed strength in the transitions γ0 through γ5. Thus, within the present limits of observation no isospin-forbidden ∆T = 2 γ-transition is observed.