Cathryn Bristow edges toward LET card

Last updated 12:59 16/12/2012

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New Zealand golfer Cathryn Bristow is inside the cut-line, while Emily Perry is on the outside looking in at the Ladies European Tour qualifying in Morocco.

Bristow fired a third-round four-ounder 68 to sit in a share of 30th place at four-under, 10 shots back from leader Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn, while Perry recorded a one-over 73 to sit two strokes behind the project cut of one-under in a tie for 74th.

Following tomorrow's fourth round, the 141-strong field will be cut down to 60 plus ties for the fifth and final round on the Al Maaden Golf Resort, with the top-30 plus ties earning full playing cards for the 2013 LET.

Australians Nikki Campbell and Sarah King remain on track to secure their places after strong third round performances.

Campbell (69) and King (70) moved into a share of fifth position at 10-under, four behind Jutanugarn, who moved to the top of the leaderboard after an impressive eight-under 64.

West Australian Whitney Hillier is the next best placed Australian in a tie for 15th at seven-under after posting a 69.

- Stuff, AAP

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