Alexander Björk and Scott Jamieson maintained their lead at the Tshwane Open on Saturday but the top 12 players were separated by just four shots.
Here, we take a look at what the nearest challengers had to say after round three.
Jorge Campillo (65, -12)
"When I was playing I was thinking I need to make a few birdies coming in just to have a chance tomorrow and I finished much better than I expected. So I'm in a good position for tomorrow. I've been playing okay the past few months. I'm hitting the driver better than I used to hit it. The irons are as good as always and the short game is working out okay. If the putts work too, it should be okay tomorrow."
Dean Burmester (65, -12)
"I actually felt like I played well the first two days. Yesterday, I scrambled it a little bit but I putted better. I put pretty much all facets of the game together today and managed to post a good score. It was maybe a bit frustrating not to pick up more birdies on the homeward nine. I thought the back nine played a little bit tougher. There were some seriously sneaky flags and you could short-side yourself and put yourself in a lot of trouble quickly. I played that nine a little safer than I did on the front nine, but I also felt I didn't hit it as well - not as straight - but I'll go and work on that on the range now. I'm in contention one more time. I hope it's third time lucky!"