Hong Kong's top squash players picked up two gold and two silver medals at last week's Japan Junior Open. Talented Anson Kwong, a 15-year-old student at Aberdeen Technical School, went for the jugular in the under-17 and under-19 categories, and almost snatched gold in both. Kwong, who won a bronze medal at the open two years ago, came tops in the under-17 final with a 3-2 win, but was denied gold in the higher grade, losing 1-3 to a tough Japanese opponent. Au Chi-ming, a 12-year-old student at Jockey Club Ti-I College, thrashed his Japanese opponent 3-0 in the under-13 final. Lee Hoi-yin, a 14-year-old student at SKH St Simon's Lui Ming Choi Secondary School, also excelled, claiming silver in the under-15 final. No Hong Kong girls competed as they are currently training in Australia. Chu Ka-kei, 14, Chan Ho-ling, 14, and Natalie So Tsz-liu, 17, were all making use of the good facilities and top coaches available in Melbourne, said Hong Kong Sports Association spokesperson, Iris Chung.