Queenslander Daniel Nisbet (Caboolture) has posted another 8-under par 64 and will take a two stroke lead into tomorrow&aposs final round of the Keperra Bowl. Nisbet started the day well, being 3-under through two holes after an eagle on the par-5 first, and then a birdie on the par-4 second hole. Michael Williams (St Michael&aposs) returned his third score in the sixties shooting a 7-under par 65 leaving him two shots further back. Brendan Smith (Pymple) also secured a spot in the final group tomorrow after backing up yesterdays round with another 5-under par 67. The highlight of the day was South Australian Max McCardle&aposs 9-under par round of 63. McCardle (pictured) carded six birdies, two eagles and a bogey in his course record equaling round which has boosted him into fourth place and only four back from Nisbet. The final round will commence tomorrow with the leading players teeing off at 10:00am.