DORSET'S Georgia Hall banked her seventh top-20 finish of the year on the Ladies' European Tour – despite admitting her A game had been absent.

The talented 21-year-old fired a final round of two under par at the France Open to finish tied-14th.

It was Hall's third sub-70 round of the week at Golf de Chantaco but the former Oakmead College pupil insisted she had much more in her locker.

Speaking to the LET, Hall said: "I didn’t play great all week and couldn’t hole anything.

"The course was not in the best condition because of the heavy rain but we all went out and tried our best.

"I didn’t have my A game this week but still managed to put a decent score together.

"It was very average but I’ve been very busy with my golf and I’m looking forward to a week off. Overall though, I enjoyed the week."

The United States' Cristie Kerr claimed victory on 17 under, four shots clear of China's Xi Yu Lin.

Solheim Cup star Hall retained third place in the LET order of merit as a result of her efforts in south-west France.

The only players ranked above her are Sweden's Anna Nordqvist and South Korea's In-Kyung Kim, who have both played three tournaments each.