Ng On-yee, world No. 2, claimed her British Open qualification match against Ken Doherty was one of the best of her career. Photo: WST Fb
Ng On-yee, world No. 2, claimed her British Open qualification match against Ken Doherty was one of the best of her career. Photo: WST Fb

Hong Kong snooker star Ng On-yee drops out of world top 2 for first time in 9 years after Belgian Women’s Open exit

  • Three-time world champion Ng loses 3-2 to Rebecca Kenna in quarter-finals in Bruges
  • Thailand’s Nutcharut ‘Mink’ Wongharuthai wins in convincing style, conceding just 1 frame

Ng On-yee, world No. 2, claimed her British Open qualification match against Ken Doherty was one of the best of her career. Photo: WST Fb
Ng On-yee, world No. 2, claimed her British Open qualification match against Ken Doherty was one of the best of her career. Photo: WST Fb
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