Hong Kong celebrated a golden day at the Asian Games yesterday with triumphs for tenpin bowler Sunny Hui Cheung-kwok and the men's snooker team. Hui bagged the second gold of the games with a brilliant performance in the men's final. But the performance of the day came from the snooker team with 26-year-old Chan Wai-tat staying cool to steal a victory from Thailand in the final frame. Timothy Fok Tsun-ting, Olympic Committee president, who was at the match, said: 'I haven't felt like that since the birth of my first child.' Chan's win sparked wild celebrations among his team-mates and officials, who unfurled the SAR flag. 'It wasn't about winning or losing. We would have been satisfied to win silver,' said snooker star Marco Fu Ka-chun. 'Chan was very brave in the final frame and he wasn't bothered about the crowd at all. The way he handled the pressure was terrific.' Ivan Chan Kwok-ming made up the winning trio. Earlier in the day, tenpin bowler Hui had been similarly ecstatic after defeating Taiwan's Wu Fu-lung: 'Just amazing. I'm so proud of winning a gold medal for Hong Kong.'