LET winner Morgane Metraux holds a two-shot lead with one round left to go at the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España at Alferini Golf.

The 25-year-old began the day a few shots off the lead and fired a round of 67 to put herself on 14-under at the top of the leaderboard.

Metraux, who won the 2022 Ladies Italian Open, began her round with back-to-back birdies on two and three before rolling in two more on nine and 10.

After a dropped shot on the 14th, the Swiss star finished the day in style with three birdies in four holes to lead heading into the final day.

“I’m very happy with my round,” she said. “Yesterday, I didn’t putt so well so it was great to see some putts go in and to roll it a bit better. The long game has been really solid all week, I’m really happy with today.

“I played really well two weeks ago on the LPGA at Pelican to keep my card over there. I was pretty confident coming in here and the conditions are really soft which is something I enjoy. I came in with no pressure and to enjoy it and it’s going really well.

“My game has definitely been trending this year, through the whole year and to finish the season this well — we have one more day and we’ll see what happens. I’m really confident and to see my game in that sort of shape at the end of the season is really fun.”

Three players are in a tie for second place after 54 holes with Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall, Ireland’s Leona Maguire and Spanish amateur Cayetana Fernandez all on 12-under.

Defending champion Carlota Ciganda sits only three shots back on 11-underin outright fifth place.

Three players are in a share of sixth place with Spanish amateur Carla Tejedo Mulet, England’s Cara Gainer and 2022 Race to Costa del Sol leader Linn Grant on nine-under-par.

One shot further back in T9 are four players with Swedish duo Maja Stark and Sofie Bringner, Czechia’s Klara Spilkova and Dutch star Anne Van Dam on eight-under.

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