WRAG Barn professional Martin Sell is in good shape after two rounds of final qualifying at Q School in Spain.
The 33-year-old struggled in his opening round at the Catalunya Resort on Saturday as he shot a two over par 74 on the Stadium Course.
He faired far better on Sunday on the Tour Course, carding a three under par 67 to put him back in the mix.
Sell began his quest for a European Tour card well as he sunk an early birdie at the fourth hole of his opening round.
A bogey at the next though saw him drop back to level par for the day.
Another bogey followed at nine and after gaining a shot back at 12, Sell promptly dropped it at the 13th.
And the round finished on a low for Sell as he bogeyed the 18th to leave him two over par and only just inside the top 70 cut mark.
However, his second round started in style as Sell found an early eagle and a birdie to quickly go three under par.
Two more birdies took him to five under par and up to tied 11th overall.
But two bogeys late in his round saw him drop back to three under and tied 33rd overall.
Sell returns to the Tour Course today when he begins his third round at 8.10am British time.
The Wrag Barn star must finish in the top 70 after four rounds to qualify for the final two rounds.
There he must finish in the top 25 overall to earn his European Tour card.