Wrag Barn professional Martin Sell stormed up the field today at Q School final qualifying, carding a superb three under par round of 67.

It was just what the doctor ordered for Sell who opened his bid to earn a European Tour card on Saturday with a disappointing two over par 74 at Spain's Catalunya Resort.

Teeing off from the 10th, Sell started his second round in style with an eagle at his first hole.

He followed that up with a birdie at 12 and finished his opening nine with a birdie at the 18th.

After the turn, Sell sunk another birdie at the first as he surged up the field to tied 11 and five under for the day.

Two bogeys at four and five though cost him dear as he dropped back to three under for the day.

Sell preserved his score all the way in, parring the remaining four holes to finish one under overall in the tournament.

The 33-year-old needs to finish in the top 70 to make the cut. If he makes the cut, Sell must then finish in the top 25 to secure his European Tour card.

Sell will begin his third round on Monday morning.