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Teen queen Ko in sight of sensational second win

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New Zealand amateur Lydia Ko moved within sight of a historic second US LPGA win at the age of just 15 when she shot 70 to share the Women's Australian Open third round lead with Shin Ji-Yai on Saturday. 

Lydia Ko of New Zealand putts at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, northern England, on September 13, 2012. Ko moved within sight of a historic second US LPGA win at the age of just 15 when she shot 70 to share the Women's Australian Open third round lead with Shin Ji-Yai on Saturday.

Ko, who became the tour's youngest winner at last year's Canadian Women's Open, and Shin, South Korea's world number eight, opened up a commanding six-shot lead with matching three-under-par rounds at Royal Canberra Golf Club.

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