Paul Dunne moves into contention at the UBS Hong Kong Open

He sits on six-under after three rounds

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Ireland's Paul Dunne posted a third round total of 67 to sit on six-under for the UBS Hong Kong Open.

His round today included five biridies and two bogeys as he sits five shots off the lead held by Spain's Rafa Cabrero-Bello and Australia's Sam Brazel.

The pair lead the tournament on eleven-under after overnight leader Cabrero-Bello carded an even par round which included six birdies, four bogeys and a double-bogey.

Speaking afterwards, the Spaniard said: "I think I had every colour of the rainbow on my scorecard today."

Brazel caught up with the Spaniard after carding a third round 67.

England's David Howell shot the round of the day when he posted a seven-under total of 63 to jump into contention and is currently four off the lead going into the final round. 

Elsewhere, Masters Champion Danny Willett carded a one-over 71 to drop to five-under with Ian Poulter on one-over for the tournament.