INCHEON - Multiple winner Kim Kyung-Tae and journeyman Kim Seung-Hyuk shot matching five-under-par 67s on Saturday to share the lead after three rounds of OneAsia's SK Telecom Open. The South Korean pair is nine under around the 6,622-metre (7,241-yard) Ocean Course, two ahead of overnight leader Lee Tae-hee, who could only card a 73, and Lee Kyoung-hoon, who shot a 69. Australian David Bransdon scored a 69 to leave him in fifth place at six-under par. Fellow Australian Jason Scrivener roared up the board to share sixth by matching the day's best of 67, while star draw KJ Choi is still in the running at four under. "I have been coaching myself for the past three years but this year I took some outside advice and it is starting to pay off," the 27-year-old said.–AFP