Ng On-yee and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand celebrate with their glass trophies at the Eden Women’s Masters. Photo: WWS
Ng On-yee and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand celebrate with their glass trophies at the Eden Women’s Masters. Photo: WWS

Hong Kong’s Ng On-yee on course to regain world No 1 spot despite losing Eden Women’s Masters title

  • Hongkonger well beaten in final of Brighton tournament by Thailand’s reigning world champion Mink Nutcharut
  • On-yee has not time to dwell on defeat though as she faces men’s world No 8 Kyren Wilson in Scottish Open qualifier on Tuesday

Ng On-yee and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand celebrate with their glass trophies at the Eden Women’s Masters. Photo: WWS
Ng On-yee and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand celebrate with their glass trophies at the Eden Women’s Masters. Photo: WWS
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