Australians Scott Barr and Peter Senior are closer to securing their cards on the European Tour for next year after finding themselves just three strokes of the pace at the San Roque European qualifying school tournament. Spaniard Pablo Larrazabel took the lead on the second day of the mammoth 108-hole tournament in Cadiz through a score of seven-under overall, but Barr and Senior are at four-under and certainly in contention to keep their cards. Further back in the field, Australian Adam Bland could also maintain his place on the Tour at one-under overall for the tournament as compatriot Matthew Millar finds himself one stroke further back. Australian David Bransdon is at one-over after the first two days of the six-day event, one-stroke to the good of compatriot Gavin Flint, whose four-over 76 round on Friday dismantled some good work the previous day, and New Zealander Grant Paddison who are both at two-over. Australians Jarrod Moseley, Wade Ormsby and Terry Pilkadaris are all at three-over for the tournament, two strokes ahead of New Zealand&aposs Steve Alker as Aussie Adam Blyth almost looks out of contention at eight-over.