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Day Three at the Women's Amateur

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.

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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