Paul Dunne, from Ireland, has the 54 hole lead at the Trophee Hassan 11 tournament in Morocco.
Paul carded -4 under 69 in the third round of the Trophee Hassan 11, which took him to the top of the leaderboard at -8 under par, and will take a two shot lead into the final round;
“I’ve been playing well recently and I haven’t played a tournament for four weeks with the break we had so I felt like it took me a while to get going with my swing this week.”
“But today was a much easier round than the last couple of days. I didn’t putt as well as I did in the last couple of days but I hit the ball a lot better.”
“I’m really pleased, I’ve been doing some good work and I’m happy with where I am.”
“If I break 70 again I think it’s going to be hard for someone to catch me so I’m just going to try and do that.”
Renato Paratore , from Italy, has second place at -6 under par, carding -7 under 66 today, the low round of the day.
Renato holed a lot of good putts today, and signed for a course record;
“I played really well today, holed a lot of putts and that helped me a lot today.”
“Everything was good and then in the last six holes, I finished really well so it was a great round.”
“I played really solid from the tee and the short game was really good too. I think it is probably the best round on the European Tour.”
“It’s a nice thing for me, it’s always good to shoot a course record.”
“It’s a really tough course because from the tee it’s narrow and the greens are really tight so it’s a good test. It’s really nice to play in the final groups tomorrow, it will be a very nice day.”
Lasse Jensen, Paul Waring and Pablo Larrazábal share third place at -5 under par.