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Jutanugarn shoots into the lead
Last updated: 23rd February 2013
Ariya Jutanugarn carded a third-round 70 to open up a three-stroke lead at the Honda LPGA Thailand.
The Thai teen is competing in the event courtesy of a sponsor invite and began the round in second place and shot five consecutive birdies in her round to close Saturday's place at 205, 11-under par.
Stacey Lewis, the world number three, held a three-stroke lead at the half-way mark but fired a disappointing round of 76 at the Siam Country Club's Pattaya Old Course.
After her round, which included six bogeys, Lewis is in a tie for second at eight-under along with Se Ri Pak (71) and Beatriz Recari (72).
Inbee Park is in fifth place at seven-under, while So Yeon Ryu dropped down to sixth place alongside at Lizette Salas at six under.
The 15-year-old amateur Lydia Ko, who recently became the youngest ever winner on the LPGA Tour is on two-under after a third round 74.
Yani Tseng, the world's top-ranked player, is on one-under after rounds of 75, 68 and 72.
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