Hong Kong players achieved outstanding results - three gold medals and a bronze - at the prestigious Scottish Junior Open Squash Championships in Edinburgh last week. Annie Au Wing-chi and her brother Leo Chun-ming won the girls' under-19 and boys' under-15 titles respectively, while Joey Chan Ho-ling took the girls' under-17 honours, with Max Lee Ho-yin coming third in the boys' under-17 event. Team manager Dick Leung Kan-fai praised the players' effort. 'Besides those who won medals, Chiu Ho-fai and Anson Kwong Yu-shun also played very well in the boys' under-19 category,' said Leung, who is currently accompanying the players at the British Junior Open in Sheffield. 'There were more than 300 players - the best youth players from all around the world - taking part in the Scottish Junior Open. I am really proud of their performance.' Last year, Annie took gold in the girls' under-15, but this year, the 15-year-old Jockey Club Ti-I College student challenged older players in the under-19 category and still emerged victorious. After overcoming South African Tenille Swartz in the semi-finals, the left-handed Annie dismissed Malaysia's Sally Looi 9-0, 9-7, 9-3 in the final. Her brother Leo, who eclipsed top seed Kamran Khan of Malaysia 9-0, 9-4, 9-2 in the semi-finals, went on to beat another Malaysian, Ivan Yuen, 9-2, 9-6, 9-0 to take the boys' under-15 title. Joey defeated New Zealand's Joelle King 9-0, 9-3, 9-7 in the girls' under-17 final, while Max beat Trevor McGliness of the United States 9-7, 9-4, 9-0 in the third-place play-off (boys' under-17). Leung is hoping that the girls will put up another good show in this week's British Junior Open, where Annie won Hong Kong's first gold last year.