Ryan moves up in Colombia
 Castletroy's Chloe Ryan lets rips with the driver at Barranquilla Country Club. Picture via  federacioncolombianadegolf.com

Castletroy's Chloe Ryan lets rips with the driver at Barranquilla Country Club. Picture via federacioncolombianadegolf.com

Chloe Ryan made a positive move in the South American Amateur Open where Stuart Grehan and Stephen Healy also moved up the leaderboard on another day of high winds in Colombia.

Men's scoreboard

Women's scoreboard

Overall standings [PDF]

 Ireland's Stuart Grehan. Picture via  federacioncolombianadegolf.com

Ireland's Stuart Grehan. Picture via federacioncolombianadegolf.com

The UCD scholarship student made four birdies in a three over 75 to climb to tied 18th as team mate Jessica Carty shot a 79 to go into the final round in 29th place in the women's event at Barranquilla Country Club.

 Stephen Healy in action in Colombia. Picture via  federacioncolombianadegolf.com

Stephen Healy in action in Colombia. Picture via federacioncolombianadegolf.com

In the men's competition, Claremorris' Stephen Healy - reunited with his golf clubs after they were delayed in transit - also shot a three over 75 to move to joint 26th.

He's 14 strokes behind co-leaders Jimmy Mullen (72) and Paul Howard (75) of England, who lead by a shot on one under par from Argentina's Alejandro Tosti.

Tullamore's Stuart Grehan, who is a sophomore at Eastern Michigan, looked on course to card a sub par round but ended up with a level par 72 that leaves him tied for 32nd on 15 over.

"Unfortunate day," Grehan tweeted after his round. "Two plugged balls in the rough and also stuck in a cactus!"

Finland's Oona Vartiainen (76) and Scotland's Gemma Dryburgh (76) lead the women's title race by two strokes on 10 over par from Argentina's Ayelen Irizar and Peru's Lucia Gutierrez.