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Macau denies Hong Kong a double

4th July, Macau: Macau national youth, Patricia Hui Tong denied Hong Kong a double with a surprise victory in the finals to capture the ABF Tour Macau leg Women's title at COTAI Bowling Centre on Sunday.

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Patricia Hui Tong, who finished as first runner-up in the preceeding Macau China Open Youth Masters, finally captured her first-ever international crown after she defeated favourite, Vanessa Fung of Hong Kong, 243-177 in the finals.

The 17-year student had earlier edged compatriot, Filomena Choi, 212-200 in the all-Macau semifinals to advance into the finals. Patricia also ousted another favourite and 2007 ABF Tour TOC winner, Tang Joh Six of Malaysia, 182-150 in Round 2.

"The match was so close that I didn't want to think about the scores but just concentrated on the game," said the delighted Patricia Hui after the match. "I really only knew that I could win the match after the ninth frame.

Women's Champion
Patricia Hui Tong standing proud with her trophy

Vanessa, who edged team-mate Milki Ng, 194-192 in Round 2 before dispatching ex-Malaysia national, Lai Kin Ngoh, 241-205 in the other semi-final before going down to the champion in the finals.

In the men's division, Joshua Chow upset his more experience team-mate, Eric Tseng, 239-217 to win his first-ever international title in the all-Hong Kong finals. Joshua also ousted another team-mate and firm favourite, Wu Siu Hong, 202-177 in the semi-finals earlier.

Eric Tseng also eliminated team-mate Michael Mak, 254-222 in the another all-Hong Kong semi-finals to earn a crack at the title. Tseng secured th semi-final spot after he beat Surasak Manuwong of Thailand, 227-180 in the second round.

Mak gave Hong Kong their second semi-final spot knocking out China's Zhu Jun He, 266-209 in his round 2 encounter while Wu booked his semi-final place with victory over Indonesia's Ryan Lalisang, 224-173.

Men's Champion
Joshua Chw with his well-deserved champion's trophy

Chow earned Hong Kong's fourth semi-final spot by easily defeating Macau's Lok Hei Ieong, 210-146 before going on to capture the coveted title.

The next leg will be held in Jakarta on July 18 after the 8th Indonesia Open. For further information and details, please contact ABF Tour Committee at Tel: +852 2893 6039, Fax: +852 2893 6290; Email: info@abftour.com.

Photos by Terence Yaw in Macau.

Detailed Scores
Round 1 & 2 Matches
Semi & Finals Matches
  - Men's Semi 1
  - Men's Semi 2
  - Women's Semi 1
  - Women's Semi 2
  - Men's Final
  - Women's Final
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