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“This is the ideal time to put a good run together – the same as Marc did last season” said Rey after signing for his nine birdie card. “It is an inspiration to all of us on the Challenge Tour when we see Marc winning in the same season that Johan Edfors has won three times on The European Tour. That’s what we all strive for.
“We are getting to the stage of the season where every week is important and every good finish can count towards the goal of getting onto The European Tour. I want to get into the top ten because it is a much better category for 2007. I played on the Tour in 2005 after getting through the
Rey missed only one green on his way to carding an otherwise impeccable score. He said: “I missed only one green and it cost me a bogey. Otherwise I played nicely – and I will have to keep doing that with the top 33 on the Challenge Tour also in the field.”
Davies, presently 14th in the Rankings, claimed an eagle and six birdies, offset by one bogey, in his round of 65 while four players were tied for third on 66, including the current Challenge Tour Number One, Johan Axgren. He is joined on that mark by fellow Swede Alexander Noren, Mark Pilkington of