Charley Hull in tie for lead at KEB Hana Bank Championship

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    Charley Hull’s last tournament victory was in the 2016 Tour Championship
    KEB Hana Bank Championship third-round leaderboard
    -12 C Hull (Eng), D Kang (US); -11 A Jutanugarn (Tha); -10 IG Chun (Kor), M Lee (Aus), L Ko (NZ); -9 SH Park (Kor), SW Bae (Kor).
    Selected others: -3 B Law (Eng)
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    England’s Charley Hull retained a share of the lead with a four-under 68 in the third round of the KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea.

    The 22-year-old finished with a birdie on the 18th in Incheon to go to 12 under par alongside Danielle Kang from the United States.

    She completed a bogey-free round and goes into the final day chasing a first win since the 2016 Tour Championship.

    England’s Bronte Law is in tied 16th place on three under.

    “I felt like I was playing pretty well and nice to finish with a birdie,” Hull said. “I’m not getting ahead of myself but I think tomorrow is going to be a fun day.”

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