Wednesday, 19 November 2014
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After an enthralling midweek Moving Day in the Qualifying School Final Stage at PGA Catalunya Resort, europeantour.com takes a numerical look back at the best of the action...

20 – The extra number of strokes taken by John Hahn, after his 78, following his 58 in round four

44 – The biggest number of places moved up the leader board in the penultimate round. This was achieved by Frenchman, Sebastien Gros, going from tied 67, after making the 72 hole cut on the mark, to tied 23rd

67 – The lowest round of the day by Renato Paratore and Gros

11 – The number of different countries within the top 25 card-winning positions

45 – The age of the oldest player left in the field, Ricardo Gonzalez, who is currently in a tie for third

17 – The age of the youngest player in the tournament, is the leader, Renato Paratore

2 – The number of European Tour winners within the top 25. They are, Ricardo Gonzalez and John Parry

28 – The number of players currently in card-winning positions

3 – The number of former winners of The European Tour Qualifying School – Final Stage in card-winning positions. They are: Richard McEvoy (2003), John Parry (2012) and Carlos Del Moral (2013)

4 – Should Paratore win The European Tour Qualifying School – Final Stage he would become the fourth teenager to win the event. He would follow: David A Russell (1976), Sandy Lyle (1977) and José María Olazábal (1985)

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