Young South African female golfer Kajal Mistry, broke her own course record of 69 when she shot 67 on the third day of the All Africa Junior Golf Challenge at the Royal Harare Golf Club.
The 16 year old was true to her word on Tuesday that she looked forward to breaking more records during the four-day tournament.
The All Africa Junior Golf Challenge has seen top junior golfers go head to head for a place at the prestigious annual Toyota World Junior Golf championships in Japan later this year.
Zimbabwe Junior Golf Association girls team is trailing leaders South Africa by 57 points.
Symone Henriques hit two under par 70, Kleigh Telfar three over 75.
Zimbaabwe captain Danielle Bekker, shot 11 over 83, Emily Jones shot 87 and Margaret Nyamukondiwa 78 going into the final round.
Favourites SA boys on Thursday (today) went 15 shots ahead of Lucca Phillipi hitting an aggressive five under par 67 for the second time, Christa Lamprecht par 72, Jayden Scaper and Garrick Higgo one over 73.
Zimbabwe’s David Amm one under 71, Justin Kirsten six over 78, stroke-play champion Tafadzwa Nyamukondiwa was three over 75.