The Kiwi superstar is again in title contention among a packed leaderboard after a five-under third round on Saturday.

Lydia Ko is again in title contention among a packed leaderboard after the penultimate round of the latest LPGA tournament.
The New Zealander shot a five under-par 67 in her third round of the LPGA Thailand event to leave her in a share of third place ahead of Sundays final round, two off the lead.
Ko made seven birdies and two bogeys in her round on Saturday to finish the day at 16-under.
There are eight players within four strokes of the lead after three rounds as second-round leader Patty Tavatanakit of the host country saw her advantage reduced to one shot.
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After two pars to start her round, Ko made three consecutive birdies to draw within two shots of the leader.
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Lydia Ko has been the form player on the LPGA Tour this year.
She made a three-putt bogey on the tricky two-tiered green on the par-five 7th hole before narrowly missing a tough downhill birdie putt on 8. Ko also missed a birdie putt at 11 but found the middle of the hole with a mid-range putt on 12 to get within one as Tavatanakit struggled.
Ko dropped a shot at the next hole after trouble off the tee, but a fantastic short-iron approach to the 14 led to another smooth birdie putt and she ended her round with a birdie on the par-5 final hole.
Ko snapped her three-year title drought at the Lotte Championship last month and has been in outstanding form all season.