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Ireland’s Seamus Power goes into the last day of the AT&T Byron Nelson.

The Waterford man Power reached 14th place and only four shots (-16) before the – 20 seated leader Sam Burns scored.

After a 10-under-62 on Friday, Burns got off to a mixed start after comparing two birdies to a pair of bogeys in the first six holes.

After two more birdies if he had almost reached par 18, he had to be content with another birdie, which put him under 20 for the tournament.

The South Korean Lee Kyoung-Hoon finished the race with a 67, which is behind him Still allowed the 65s to move from third to second in the first two rounds.

An eagle on the fifth par-5 raised Alex Noren chasing his first PGA Tour win, but the day of the Swedes was tarnished by bogies on the 1st and 13th when he shot a 70 to fall from second to third place.

South African Charl Schwartzel and Americans Matt Kuchar and Jordan Spieth, who shot all 66 shots, shared this point with Noren.

Spieth repeated his impressive putting from day one on the 18th with the hometown hero again rolling in another eagle putt, but this time from the edge behind the hole.

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