India's Shiv Kapur remained firmly in contention for a grandstand finish when he returned a four-under 66 to trail Welsh leader Stuart Manley by one stroke after the third round of the USD 1.3 million Hong Kong Open on Saturday.
Kapur was third overnight and moved to tied second. He along with Australia's Wade Ormsby (66) have one victory each on the region's premier Tour and share the second place at the storied championship after Manley signed for a 66 to take his place atop the leaderboard with a three-day total of 10-under 200 at the Hong Kong Golf Club.
Kapur will be looking to put a dent on Manley's title aspirations and notch another Asian Tour victory. This year Kapur has won twice on European Challenge Tour to get back to the main European Tour for 2014.