PHOENIX (Arizona) (AFP) - South Korean rookie Shin Jiyai, fresh off her first LPGA triumph three weeks ago, fired a six-under par 66 on Saturday for a one-stroke lead after round three of the Phoenix International. Shin captured her first LPGA crown on March 8 at Singapore and put herself in position to win again here, standing on 10-under 206 after 54 holes. "I'm all the time watching the leaderboard, because my goal is to win," Shin said. "But I'm first thinking focus my game. I will just try to save it on Sunday. No mistakes."After birdies on the par-5 first and par-3 second holes, Shin added another back-to-back pair at the par-5 sixth and par-4 seventh. Taking her lone bogey at 11, Shin answered with birdies on 12, 16 and the par-5 18th."It was great play," Shin said. "A few mistakes with the driver but my iron shots and putting were very good."One stroke off the pace thanks to birdies at 18 as well were Australian star Karrie Webb and South Korean Kim In-Kyung with Norway's Suzann Pettersen fourth on 208, one stroke ahead of Korean Ji Eun Hee.Shin had five birdies from 12 feet or beyond, the longest a 25-footer at the 12th."I'm very calm because I played well," Shin said. "My nickname is Final Queen so I get more confidence." Webb was pleased with her day as well. "I felt really good," Webb said. "I got off to a great start. I birdied the first two and knew that I had to settle down pretty quickly. I got into a good flow. I really hit the ball quite well and had a lot of birdie chances." Webb has been winless in her past two LPGA seasons but could put the drought behind her with one more solid round. "Obviously it's very important. Any time you can win out here is a big achievement," Webb said. "If I could pull one off, it would obviously be a great boost to the start of the year for me and give me lot of confidence. "But there are a lot of great players up on the leaderboard. Shin has already won this year. I would be very happy with myself if I just had a really solid day again and hopefully that's solid enough to walk out with a win." Kim said her play was better than her score indicated. "I had a really solid round, except a couple bad holes that I really didn't get rewarded for how I did hard work," Kim said. "But I'm only one shot behind. Not bad. I think I finished strong. "I have a lot of opportunity out there tomorrow, so I will just play my game and shoot some low scores." She knows Shin will be a tough partner in the final pairing. "She's a good player. She's winning a lot of tournaments and she's having a good week," Kim said. "She has a lot of confidence going on the last round. So I think I have to keep it up with her and maybe take a chance to win tomorrow."