Published Saturday, 30 June 2012
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Welshman Jamie Donaldson is taking a one-stroke lead over England's Anthony Wall into the last day.
But three-major winner Harrington remains the title favourite after a 72 left him sharing third spot with Englishman Mark Foster on Saturday - only two strokes behind.
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland's three golf stars battled through heavy rain to try to stay in touch with the leaders.
Rory McIlroy is six back, Graeme McDowell eight behind and Open champion Darren Clarke nine adrift.
Overnight leader Gregory Bourdy crashed to an 80 - it included a triple bogey eight on the 17th.
The golfing stars received tremendous support from the 30,000 strong sell-out crowd on the course, where umbrellas were the order of the day, although the bad weather conditions eased in the afternoon.
Irish Open final round:
10.08 Matthew Baldwin, Darren Clarke
10.35 Gregory Bourdy, Graeme McDowell
11.07 Michael Hoey, Oscar Floren
12.01 Mikko Ilonen, Rory McIlroy
13.05 Mark Foster, Padraig Harrington
13.15 Anthony Wall, Jamie Donaldson
Padraig 'better than ever'
Padraig Harrington, who is still in contention for the title, oozes confidence after his 72 - he tells UTV's Ruth Gorman his game is "better than ever".
Rory McIlroy says his 71 is a decent score in the rain but he is left frustrated. He tells UTV's Ruth Gorman he still thinks he has a decent chance providing he makes a good start on Sunday.
Graeme McDowell, who shot a 73, says Links golf is "so much about the weather". He tells UTV's Ruth Gorman he is disappointed that the rain blew him out of contention "a little bit".
Great start, bad finish
Darren Clarke has a great start and a bad 73 finish under the Portrush rain.
Michael Hoey is a bit disappointed after his 74, especially as he was lucky enough to play only seven or eight holes in really bad weather.
Wrapping it up
Ok folks that's it for a fascinating wet and windy day. Let's wrap it up with a leaderboard round-up and the best of the Irish.
-12 Jamie Donaldson (Wal)
-11 Anthony Wall (Eng)
-10 Padraig Harrington (Ire)
-10 Mark Foster (Eng)
-9 Paul Waring (Eng)
-8 Fabrizio Zanotti (Par)
-8 Thorbjorn Olesen (Den)
-8 Rafa Cabrera-Bello (Spa)
As for the the other Irishmen, Rory is on -6, Hoey is on -5, McDowell's on -4, Clarke is on -3 and McGinley, Thornton and Murphy are on -1
See you tomorrow at around 9ish for more of the same.
Just been sitting in on Harrington's presser where he spoke about the fact he was satisfied with a 72 in what proved to be very testing conditions.
On the first and second hole he was surprised by the wind and cold when he hit second shots which were 45 and 25 yards respectively but he said his birdie two at 14 was the point at which his belief returned.
Tomorrow he's out with Mark Foster, also on -10.
Mark it down
Bourdy's playing partner in the last match, Mark Foster, meanwhile fares much better with a one under 35 on the back nine bringing him home at -10.
One over for the day.. but just two off the lead at the end of it.
Monsieur Bourdy was all smiles yesterday but a dark cloud is hanging over him as arrives on the 18th green having bogeyed 16 and racked up a triple bogey eight at the 17th.
He finishes on a scarcely credible -4 after a horror show 80!