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NG wins Northern Championship Title
NG On Yee continued Hong Kong’s dominance of the women’s snooker circuit this season by cruising to victory in the
Ng dispatched defending champion Maria Catalano 3-0 in the second-leg final
at the North East Derbyshire Snooker Centre, Clay Cross.
The 2009 and 2010 IBSF women’s world
champion’s first ranking title on the World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association tour followed her compatriot Jaique Ip Wan In’s triumph in the Agnes Davies Memorial in May.
“I am very happy to have won,” declared
the 21-year-old, who did not drop a frame during the tournament. “I tried my
best and concentrated all day.”
And she added: “(Maria) is very good.”
Ng’s coach Wayne Griffiths, son of the
1979 world champion Terry Griffiths, said: “(Maria’s) certainly one of the best
female players in the world so that was a good result for On Yee.”
Hong Kong women’s champion Yu Ching
Ching was a quarter-final casualty. She was knocked out 3-0 by Ip Wan In, who had finished
fourth in this year’s event.
Vicky Carter, who gave birth to son
Noah six weeks ago, lost 3-0 to the eventual champion in the first round and
2-0 to Plate winner Tatjana Vasiljeva, from Latvia, in the semi-finals of the
Eight-time world champion Reanne Evans missed
the tournament as she was attending a World Snooker coaching course in Sheffield.
Eva Palmius, from Cambridgeshire, took
the Seniors title.
PRELIMS: Jenny Poulter beat Maureen Rowland
3-0, Yu Ching Ching beat Tatjana Vasiljeva (33, 35) 3-2, Jaique Ip Wan In beat So
Man Yan 3-0, Ng On Yee (44, 45) beat Vicky Carter 3-0, Natascha Niermann beat Hannah
Maria Catalano (37, 50) beat Poulter 3-1, Ip Wan In beat Yu 3-0, Ng beat Tina
Owen-Sevilton 3-0, Niermann beat Eva Palmius 3-0.
Catalano beat Ip Wan In 3-1, Ng beat Niermann 3-0.
Ng (43) beat Catalano (37) 3-0.
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Photo: Daniel Gajda - IFSC
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