Chiangmai, Thailand: Rashid Khan turned in a strong birdie-birdie finish to move into second place, even as overnight leader Jyoti Randhawa bogeyed the closing hole to drop alongside him after the penultimate round of the Chiangmai Golf Classic here on Saturday.
Meanwhile, leading the field was Thai Thanyakon Khrongpha after firing a five-under 67. He was at 15-under 201, two shots ahead of Rashid and Randhawa.
Among other Indians, S Chikkarangappa (69-72-71) was tied 29th, while the new rising Indian star, Shubhankar Sharma (71-70-72) was tied 32nd alongside Chiragh Kumar (69-75-69) at three-under 213. Abhijit Chadha (71-74-73) and M Dharma (70-74-74) were tied for 60th at two-over 218.