Thailand’s Chonlatit Chuenboonngam, the current Asian Development Tour (ADT) Order of Merit leader, staked his claim for a second victory this season by taking the third round lead in the USD100,000 Combiphar Players Championship in Bandung, Indonesia.

Six birdies and just one dropped shot for a round of 67 saw Chuenboonngam move to 13-under-par at Parahyangan Golf, one shot ahead of Kade McBride from Australia who carded a 68.

Another Thai, Suteepat Prateeptienchai, fired a 70 and is one stroke further back in what is the 13th stop on this year’s ADT, and the sixth and final visit of the year to Indonesia.

Malaysia's Galven Green, the 36-hole co-leader, fell back into T6 spot on eight-under-apr after a third round 74, one shot ahead of rookie compatriot Ervin Chang who carded 69. 

Chonlatit won the Gunung Geulis Golf Invitational supported by Nomura in August for his maiden ADT win and has also amassed four other top-10s, including a joint runner-up finish in the Blue Canyon Open.

203 - Chonlatit Chuenboonngam (THA) 70-66-67
204 - Kade McBride (AUS) 68-68-68
205 - Suteepat Prateeptienchai (THA) 70-65-70
206 - Chanat Sakulpolphaisan (THA) 68-69-69
207 - Denwit Boriboonsub (THA) 71-63-73
208 - Varanyu Rattanaphiboonkij (THA) 68-73-67, Galven Green (MAS) 71-63-74
209 - Ervin Chang (MAS) 69-71-69
210 - Naraajie E. Ramadhanputra (INA) 77-67-66
211 - Paul San (MAS) 73-70-68, Jonathan Wijono (INA) 66-74-71