John Rahm and Daniel Im are tied at the top of the leaderboard after round three of the Irish Open.
But there are nine players within four shots of the top, so it's all to play for on the final day.
That does not include the Irish as all five local players to make the cut failed to break 70 and drifted out of contention, barring something spectacular.
We'll be back on the course from 8.55am on Sunday, when Paul Dunne gets his final round underway, followed soon after by Shane Lowry and the last standing Northern Irishman Michael Hoey.
And you won't have to leave until the final putt is in the hole as we take you right through to leaders Daniel Im and Jon Rahm, who tee off at 1.10pm.