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(From Western Daily Press)
England's Ross Fisher erupted into life again with a 61 in Killarney yesterday - and he needed nobody to tell him it could have been an historic 59.
One of Europe's great talents has been somewhat dormant since winning the Volvo World Match Play in Spain last November.
But his bid for the Ryder Cup debut he just missed last time was reignited by a remarkable charge into a three-stroke halfway lead over Italian Francesco Molinari at the 3 Irish Open.
Six successive birdies for a front-nine 29, then four more in a row from the 11th left Fisher needing just two from the last four to become the European Tour's first player …