Hong Kong's elite players gave head coach Tony Choi Yuk-kwun a selection headache by dominating the pre-East Asian Games Championships at the Aberdeen Squash Centre last Saturday. The squad took away three gold, two silver and one bronze medal from the competition, which was organised by Hong Kong Squash as a trial run for the East Asian Games in December. Choi said: 'We can only send two pairs in each doubles event in the East Asian Games. We should send the four finalists today but it's a headache for me to pair them up.' He said he would use the championships as a reference to decide on the strongest combinations for the East Asian Games, where Hong Kong's target is to clinch all seven gold medals on offer. Last week's warm-up event showed that Hong Kong has an abundance of talent. In the men's doubles final, Dick Lau Siu-wai and Roger Ngan Lun-cheung easily defeated South Koreans Lee Myeon-ho and Lee Seung-joon 11-1, 11-4. 'We've practised together for half this year,' said Lau. 'I find that we work together quite well.' Ngan said the Koreans were better than he had expected. 'The Korean players are not that strong in single events,' he said. 'However, they play very well in doubles.' The women's doubles final was an all-Hong Kong affair. Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin and Joey Chan Ho-ling had to battle hard against Annie Au Wing-chi and Elise Ng Jia-yunn before winning 11-7, 7-11, 11-7. Hong Kong players dominated the mixed doubles. Chiu and Ngan took on Annie and her younger brother Leo Au Chun-ming in the final. The more experienced pair of Chiu and Ngan won 11-10, 10-11, 11-10 after fighting it out for more than an hour. Annie Au said: '[My brother] Leo played really well. I was impressed and am happy for him. He is very tired as the matches yesterday and today were very tight, but he has done a great job.' She said her brother was a perfect partner. 'We know each other's [game so] well,' she said.