The third and final round of the UNIQA Ladies Golf Open presented by Raiffeisen is underway in fine and breezy conditions at Golf Club Foehrenwald in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

England’s Melissa Reid (pictured) started the day on 10 under par with a one stroke lead over compatriot Laura Davies and is bidding for her second victory on the Ladies European Tour after claiming her maiden title at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open in May.

Davies is targeting her 75th career title and her third of the season after winning in New Zealand and Germany. A victory would be her third in four years at the tournament, after wins in 2007 and 2008, followed by runner-up spot last year.

Completing the last three-ball is Christel Boeljon from the Netherlands, who won the Comunitat Valenciana European Nations Cup in Spain in her rookie season last year as part of the Dutch team along with Marjet van der Graaff. However she is yet to win as an individual.

Playing in the penultimate match is Rebecca Coakley, who has a chance to become the first Irishwoman to win on Tour. She started the day three shots off the pace alongside Australian Nikki Garrett, looking for her third victory on the LET and Beth Allen of the United States, yet to win on the LET, who began her round on six under and four shots behind the lead.