Three Irishmen remain in contention for a place on the European Tour next season as the field was cut to 70 after the fourth round at Lumine Golf Club in Tarragona, Spain.
Dane Benjamin Poke leads the way in the race for the 25 cards on offer for next season, his four-under 67 on the Lakes Course taking him to 16 under overall, three clear of his nearest challengers.
Bangor native Jonathan Caldwell is the best placed of the Irish on seven under, in a tie for 30th with 10 other players.
Gavin Moynihan and Niall Kearney both made the cut mark of four under by a single shot, Moynihan hitting a birdie on the final hole of the Lakes Course for a 68.
Robin Dawson was one shot the wrong side of the line while multiple former Tour winner Michael Hoey's one-under 71 was his best round of a forgettable week.
Caldwell, Moynihan and Kearney will be back in action again tomorrow and Wednesday as they aim to finish as one of the chosen 25.