Paul Dunne slipped off the pace at the Shenzhen International, as England's Lee Slattery charged into a joint lead with Soomin Lee and Alexander Levy in a final round suspended due to bad weather.

Korean Lee had held a three-shot lead going into the last day but he fell back after playing his first 13 holes in one-over to sit on 14-under for the tournament. Frenchman Alexander Levy, who has played 12 holes in two-under, is neck and neck with him and Salltery, two-under with 13 holes played.

Another Englishman, Collum Shinkwin, put himself in contention with a brilliant third round of 62, but he was five-over through 12 as his fortunes changed drastically.

Dunne is three-over through 16 in his last round and sits on five-under for the tournament, nine off the lead in a tie for 25th.

The tournament has been pushed back to a Monday finish as torrential rain played havoc with the schedule.