Day Three at the Women's Amateur

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Days One and Two leader Nicole Forshner of Banff shot a 76 on Thursday, to fall to one over par, and a share of fourth place.

Three golfers are tied for the lead heading into the final day, they are: Alejandra Llaneza of Mexico City, Stacey Keating of Victoria, Australia, and Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, Ontario. Those three all sit at one under par.

Fort St. John’s Kirby Dreher had a good day that included an eagle on the 8th. She ended with a one over 73, to leave her at 9 over for the tournament, and tied for 19th spot.

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Kirby is also one of four players on team B.C. at the event. Heading into the final day of the team competition, it’s Ontario in front at a combined 6 over par, and B.C. 5 strokes back at 11 over. Quebec is in third at 19 over par.

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