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Indians fall behind

Doha: The Indian trio of Jyoti Randhawa, Shiv Kapur and Jeev Milkha Singh found the going tough at the Doha Golf Course and slipped down the leaderboard after ordinary performances in the penultimate round of the Qatar Masters here on Saturday.

Randhawa was the best of the lot as he managed to avoid an over-par card, returning a 72, comprising two birdies and an equal number of bogeys, that took his total to four-under 212.

The Delhi pro, who was tied 11th overnight, had to settle for a tied 32nd finish on Saturday.

Off colour

On the other hand, Kapur, who sizzled with a 68 in the second round, was out of sorts today as he carded a 74.

The young pro managed just two birdies against four bogeys to take his total to one-under 215 for a share of the 51st position.

Jeev’s total stands at two-over 218 and he lies fourth from bottom at the tied 57th spot.

At the top, Swede Johan Edfors continued to lead after posting a third round 69 to total 12-under 204. — PTI

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