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Randhawa moves up to third spot

CHANDIGARH, FEB. 21. After his runner-up finish in the $1.21 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open in the Asian Tour on Sunday, Indian pro Jyoti Randhawa moved up to the third position in the 2005 Order of Merit. Randhawa's career earnings now total $140,545.26.

Other Indians figuring in the Order of Merit list are: Amandeep Johl (34), Harmeet Kahlon (50), Rahil Gangjee (66) and Gaurav Ghei (tied 67th).

The Order of Merit 2005 after Malaysian Open: 1. Thongchai Jaidee (Tha, $201,660); 2. Kiyoshi Miyazato (Jpn, $193,423.59); 3. Jyoti Randhawa (Ind, $140,545.26); 4. Scott Barr (Aus, $73,237.88); 5. Laing Wen-Chong (Chn, $56,318.00); 6. Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind, $56,287.80); 7. Charlie Wi (Kor, $52,385.55); 8. Prom Meesawat (Tha, $39,325.00); 9. Mo Joong-Kyung (Kor, $30,548.86); 10. Terry Pilkadaris (Aus, $27,950.62).

Other Indians: 34. Amandeep Johl (Ind, $9,565.45); 50. Harmeet Kahlon (Ind, $4,298.80); 66. Rahil Gangjee (Ind, $1,471.28); T67. Gaurav Ghei (Ind, $1,455.62). — UNI

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