Arjun Atwal and Louis De Jager share the lead on 13 under par going into the final round at Heritage Golf Club.
Here we look at what some of those in the chasing pack had to say after moving day.
Miguel Tabuena (67, -12)
"I can’t complain but I can’t get ahead of myself. There’re still 18 holes left. It looked easy but it really isn’t. There are holes which can bite you. I’m really looking forward to tomorrow - I’ve been in position so many times locally and on the Asian Tour, I know what it takes to win. I’m in beautiful Mauritius and you can’t complain."
Dylan Frittelli (68, -12)
"I’m pretty happy. Through the front nine I had a goal of two under and I beat that by one, but it could have been a whole lot better. I played well today, I just couldn’t get the putts to go in. I’ll do a bit of practice now and hopefully go lower tomorrow. I’m really excited, I didn’t think I would be one shot back at the end of the day. I’ll sleep well tonight and won’t be in the final group tomorrow, so that will help. Hopefully I’ll post a nice low number and watch the guys come in."
José-Filipe Lima (69, -10)
"I’m still in the mix of course. It was a tougher day for me today. My long game wasn’t that good, but I was quite good on the greens. I’m quite happy, it’s still a god day."
Justin Walters (69, -10)
"I left a lot of shots out there today. I played really good golf for the most part. I think if I add it up I had three three-putts. Maybe I’ll take it a little easy on myself but I’m disappointed. I probably could have had at least three or four less than I did today. But it’s always good to move forward a little bit and stay somewhat in touch, so that’s a positive. I’ve got nothing to lose, I won’t be protecting anything. I’ll just keep doing what I’m doing and hopefully I can kind of put it all together. That would be nice because then I could have a chance."
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