A heavy media presence greeted Ng On Yee’s return to Hong Kong after she made history in the women’s game last weekend. Advertisements
Women’s snooker is back this weekend as the best in world compete to be British Open champion.
A ladies snooker player is set to return to the game after her life suddenly changed for the worse when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee won the latest battle against her main rival in the women’s game to win the LITEtask UK Championship for a third time in Leeds.
Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee was crowned World Ladies Snooker World Champion for the second time after she won one of the event’s most gripping finals in history.
LADIES snooker star Reanne Evans earned another title to her name after she was crowned the winner of the Eden Classic, losing only two frames in the process.
HONG Kong star Ng On Yee left the powerhouses of women’s snooker trailing in her wake when winning the UK Championship. But the 22-year-old insisted there is still ‘more to improve’ in her game despite knocking out the top two ranked players on the World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association circuit. After knocking out nine-times…