Ng On-yee is a Hong Kong snooker player, who was crowned women's world champion in 2015. She was also named 'Best of the Best' for her feats at the annual Sports Stars Awards in 2016
Defeat at British Women’s Open denies Ng On-yee the chance to earn two more years on the tour, with her current card expiring and Reanne Evans taking the final berth.
Ng must win in Walsall next month if she wants to retain her place on the World Snooker Tour.
Three-time world snooker champion Ng On-yee might have to go all the way at the Women’s British Open in May to guarantee main tour return.
Three-time winner Ng On-yee suffers her worst result in the event in 11 years, while teenager Bai Yulu records the tournament’s highest ever break in her debut appearance.
Former world No 1 crashes out of inaugural Asia-Pacific Women’s Snooker Championship in quarter-finals, as teammate Ho Yee-ki reaches semi-finals of ranking event for first time.
Hongkonger on track despite being well beaten in final of Eden Women’s Masters by Thailand’s reigning world champion Mink Nutcharut.
The two meet in qualifying for the German Masters, weeks after Fu’s maximum break won their semi-final in a hometown tournament that dramatically revived his fortunes.
Hongkonger misses out on final with playing partner Judd Trump in a mixed-doubles tournament lauded by the players, but is in the main draw for the British Open.
Snooker chiefs fear most expensive tickets for October event have all ended up in the hands of scalpers after officially going on sale on Wednesday.
It all came down to the pink in the deciding frame, which the Hongkonger potted in fortuitous fashion to reach the British Open’s main draw.
Hong Kong’s three-time women’s world champion will team up with 2019 men’s world champion Judd Trump for the inaugural World Mixed Doubles.
For the second time this year, Ng On-yee stunned world champion Nutcharut Wongharuthai but fell short in the final against Reanne Evans.
Hong Kong snooker star will take part at WST World Mixed Doubles alongside Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, Reanne Evans, Nutcharut Wongharuthai, and Rebecca Kenna.
Billiards and snooker could be demoted to Tier B status by the Hong Kong Sports Institute, with Ng On-yee warning against ‘such a destructive decision’.
Marco Fu loses to 6-5 Ian Burns in his first tournament in more than two years, while Ng On-yee makes solid start but is ultimately well beaten 6-2 by Rory McLeod.
The 31-year-old picks up second trophy this season after defeating Thai player Nutcharut ‘Mink’ Wongharuthai 4-0 in the final. Ng next plays Rory McLeod of Jamaica in her World Championship qualifier on Tuesday.
Fu knocks in high score at Ding Junhui Snooker Academy in Sheffield ahead of World Snooker Championship qualifiers next week. Ng On-yee is also aiming to qualify for the main draw.
After a whirlwind few months on the professional snooker tour, Hong Kong’s Ng On-yee opens her Gibraltar Open campaign against world No 23 Ryan Day.
‘As long as we work together and maintain hygiene, we’ll defeat this,’ says six-time Paralympic gold medallist So Wa-wai, who joins Ng On-yee and others in sending rapid antigen test kits, masks, and more.
The 31-year-old Hong Kong star fought back from a one-frame deficit to win 4-2 and take her place in the last 64 of the Wales event.
Ng’s loss means there will be a first-time world champion after 12-time winner Reanne Evans also goes out in the last eight.
The tournament at the Ding Junhui Academy returns for the first time since 2019 and acts as a pathway event for the mainstream tour.
The three-time women’s world champion says O’Sullivan invited her to spend several days at his club when she next visits UK.
The former world number one fights back from 3-1 down in the final after needing three snookers in the semi-final decider against Rebecca Kenna.
Victory over Andrew Pagett at the English Open sees all-Chinese tie against Tian Pengfei up next for former world No 1.
WPBSA chairman confirms Ng On-yee and Marco Fu Ka-chun’s ‘problematic’ UK hold-up, while the Chinese government orders governing body not to host events ‘until after the Winter Olympics’.
Women’s world No 2 Ng On-yee was to face six-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan in the group states of the Championship League in Leicester in what would have been her pro debut.
Hong Kong’s world No 2 will face The Rocket, Mark Joyce and Ian Burns in July’s Championship League preliminary rounds in Leicester