ANGELO Que was level par through nine holes when third-round play was abandoned on Saturday in the Malaysian Open.
The three-time winner on the Asian Tour had two birdies and two bogeys on the back nine at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club before play was called off. The Filipino shotmaker was at two-under for the tournament after earlier rounds of 70 and 72.
The tournament, which has been affected by several weather delays, has been reduced to 54 holes.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat held the lead at 11-under with still 16 holes to play. The Thai player shot 65 and 68 in the first two rounds and had a birdie and a bogey in his first two holes of the third round.
Charl Schwartzel, the 2011 Masters champion, was a stroke back and alone in second. The South African had earlier rounds of 67 and 68 before getting to 10 under with birdie on the first hole of the third round.
Antonio Lascuna added a 75 to his opening 72 and missed the cut along with Elmer Salvador, who had rounds of 75-78, and former Asian Tour No. 1 Juvic Pagunsan, who shot 78-75.