Aditi Ashok holds six shot lead with one spherical to go in Kenya Ladies Open
Aditi Ashok moved nearer to her fourth Ladies European Tour win as she fired a bogey-free spherical of 4-under 69 to carry a six shot lead heading into the ultimate spherical of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open.
Avani Prashanth shot 73 and moved as much as tied nineteenth place, whereas Amandeep Drall (83) slipped to tied 53rd.
Thailand’s April Angurasaranee sits in second place on the chief board on seven-under-par after capturing a spherical of 3-under 70 on day three.
The teenager dropped two photographs throughout her spherical however made up for it with a birdie on the seventh plus two eagles on the par-five eleventh and fifteenth holes.
Three photographs again in third place is England’s Cara Gainer on four-under-par after she produced a spherical of 2-under 71.
Gainer made an eagle, two birdies and two bogeys in robust and windy circumstances.
Australia’s Gabriela Ruffels sits in outright fourth place on three-under-par having carded a spherical of 2-under 71, which included three birdies and one bogey.
England’s Alice Hewson sits in solo fifth place on two-under-par with America’s Gurleen Kaur and Germany’s Esther Henseleit one shot additional again in T7.
Rounding out the highest 10 are Finland’s Noora Komulainen, Scotland’s Kylie Henry and Denmark’s Amalie Leth-Nissen who sit in a share of eighth place on stage par.
Lahiri, Sharma lie T19th in Saudi
Anirban Lahiri lastly discovered type, whereas Shubhankar Sharma continued his regular present because the Indian duo was tied nineteenth after the third spherical of the Saudi International golf match right here.
After rounds of 71-69 on the primary two days, Lahiri carded five-under 65 with six birdies and one bogey on the Royal Greens Golf Club to get to five-under.
Sharma added 69 to his first two rounds of 67-69. His one-under third spherical card had 4 birdies, together with on the closing 18th, in opposition to three bogeys.
Shiv Kapur, who started the week strongly with 67 and adopted up with 71, added 72 and was tied fifty fifth at even par complete. Rashid Khan (76), the one different Indian to make the lower, was 71st.
Mexico’s Abraham Ancer held the lead for the third consecutive day after posting a flawless six-under-par 64 to progress to 17 beneath.
Atwal but to finish third spherical at Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Malnati leads
India’s Arjun Atwal was two-under by 10 holes when sturdy wind compelled a suspension of play within the third spherical of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which can now have a Monday end.
Atwal, who shot 73-75 at Pebble Beach and Spyglass, is two-over for 46 holes and nonetheless wants just a few extra birdies to make the lower, which can now be 65 and ties.
Atwal, the one Indian to have received on the PGA Tour, birdied tenth and sixteenth after ranging from the tenth. That two-under by 10 holes helped him transfer up from one hundred and thirtieth to a hundred and first.
Peter Malnati was atop the chief board at 12 beneath with six holes left in his spherical at Pebble Beach. He began on the again 9 alongside the ocean in calmer circumstances however play was stopped when he was on inexperienced, coming off three straight birdies.
The 54-hole lower sometimes is high 60 to account for the 25 amateurs. Now it should revert to high 65 and ties, and it will likely be professionals just for the ultimate spherical.
Ridhima begins season with a tremendous tied Thirteenth place in South Africa
Indian golfer Ridhima Dilawari’s 2023 season received off to begin as she completed tied-Thirteenth on the SuperSport Ladies Challenge within the Sunshine Ladies Tour’s season-opener.
Ridhima shot 73 within the remaining spherical after 76-71 within the first two rounds. The different Indian participant within the subject, Pranavi Urs missed the lower earlier on.
Casandra Alexander cruised to a six-stroke victory as she ended with a closing birdie on the 18th at Gary Player Country Club.
Kerala FA drops Viknesh from Santosh Trophy crew, brings in Asif
The Kerala Football Association dropped M. Viknesh from its crew for the Santosh Trophy’s remaining section which begins in Bhubaneswar on February 10.
The KFA had included Viknesh within the crew introduced on Saturday however with news coming in that the ahead had failed a dope take a look at taken in the course of the National Games in Gujarat in October final yr, the affiliation needed to change its stand.
Viknesh had examined constructive for terbutaline, a specified substance which doesn’t name for an computerized suspension however his inclusion may have posed issues for the Kerala crew, the defending Santosh Trophy champion, later.
“Even though he (Viknesh) is not suspended from participating in the National championship, we can’t keep him with the team,” mentioned P. Anilkumar, the KFA secretary, on Sunday.
“So we have decided to drop him from the Kerala team. Ernakulam’s O.M. Asif, the reserve player, will replace him.”
Kerala opens its Group ‘A’ marketing campaign in opposition to Goa on February 10.
Tanya Hemanth stuns top-seed Tasnim Mir to win Iran Challenge
India’s Tanya Hemanth surprised high seed and compatriot Tasnim Mir in straight video games to win the ladies’s singles title on the thirty first Iran Fajr International Challenge right here on Sunday.
Tasnim was of no match for Tanya as she went down 7-21 11-21 in what was the shortest match of the day.
This was additionally the primary win for Tanya over Tasnim in a BWF match.
Tasnim had defeated Tanya of their earlier two conferences.