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Surviving Njoroge fights on as Harding poised for Kenya Open title

The only surviving Kenyan professional golfer Samuel Njoroge found it hard to match with the foreigners at the Magical Kenya Open golf championships that comes to an end tomorrow at the par 71 Karen Golf Club.

As Justin Harding will enjoy a two shot lead at the top of the leaderboard.

The Kenya Railways golfer shot three over par 74 for a total of one over 214 in the third round of the 54-hole tournament that comes to an end on Sunday morning.

The South African Harding fired seven under par 64 in the third round to take a two shots lead with 16 under par 197 in the 54-hole tournament that teed off on Thursday morning.

American Johannes Veerman fired nine under par 62 to tie with compatriot Kurt Kitayama on three rounds total of 14 under par 199.

Round three leaderboard

  1. Justin Harding (RSA) 66, 67, 64= 197
  2. Johannes Veerman (USA) 68, 69, 62= 199
  3. Kurt Kitayama (USA) 67, 66, 66= 199
  4. Scot Hend (Aus) 67, 64, 68= 199
  5. Calum Hill (Sco) 65, 68, 67= 200
  6. Jean-Batiste Gonnet (Fra) 68, 68, 66= 202
  7. Jayden Schaper (RSA) 68, 70, 65= 203
  8. Bernd Ritthammer (Ger)  65, 71, 67= 203
  9. Guido Migliozzi (Ita) 71, 65, 67= 203
  10. Garrick Huggo (RSA) 67, 68, 68=203
  11. Dean Burmester (RSA) 68, 64,71= 203
  12. Connor Syme (Sco) 65, 67, 71= 203
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