Michael Hoey dropped out of contention on the last day of the weather-affected Singapore Open as Graeme McDowell finished as top Northern Irishman.
Hoey, six shots behind leader Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano going into the last round, shot a closing three-over 74 which left him eight shots adrift.
McDowell fired a 66 which left him on eight under and sharing 13th place in a group which included Shane Lowry.
Paul Cutler finished at the bottom of the field after a closing 78.
Spaniard Fernandez-Castano led by four shots at the turn but was reeled in by Filipino Juvic Pagunsan, who was seeking his first European Tour win.
Fernandez-Castano needed to hole a 12-foot par putt at the last to squeeze into the play-off after finding water at the last.
The two players started their first play-off hole but quickly had to call a halt before reaching the green.
Hoey looked set to join McDowell and Lowry on eight under but he suffered a double bogey at the par-five 18th.
The Belfast man's round also included two birdies and three bogeys.
McDowell had six birdies and a solitary dropped shot in his 66.
Peter Lawrie finished in a share of 75th place on one over after a 76 in the event which had to be reduced to 54 holes.
American Anthony Kim and last year's Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen shared third place on 13 under.