Lydia Ko remains in contention for the KEB Hana Bank Championship after carding a four-under 68 in her third round in South Korea.
In a repeat of her round two effort, Ko's round was enough to keep her in touch with leaders Danielle Kang of America and England's Charley Hull who are two shots in front of the Kiwi.
Kang started slowly, bagging two early bogeys but by the 18th hole she had suck het sixth birdie of the round to finish 12-under for the tournament, equal with Hull.
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn is one stroke back in third, while Ko shares fourth place with local In Gee Chun and Minjee Lee.
American Brooke Henderson was the big mover of the day, dropping eight birdies in a seven-under 65 to jump to 10th spot.