Ka Wai Cheung set new high break of Asian Junior Snooker
Hong Kong player, Ka Wai Cheung set a new highest break for the 19th Asian Under-21 Snooker Championship ongoing here in Myanmar today. He scored 125 on course to defeat Myo Min Thein from the host nation Myanmar. Ka Wai Cheung took time to settle himself in the first frame that he won 71-40, but after that he cornered Myo Min to ZERO score in next three frames and shown excellence of break building. Starting with the highest break of 125, he went ahead and made two more clearance breaks of 90 and 108 to defeat Myo Min 4-0. With the break of 125, he surpassed 122 made by Pongsakorn Chongjairak on first day of the competition. In Billiards, Rupesh Shah survived against Myanmar player Aung Htay. Rupesh took initial lead but despite having a trail of 1-3, Aung Htay made classic breaks of 94 and 71 to pull Rupesh into the deciding game. Though he couldn’t do much and Rupesh curtailed him on 8 points to secure 4-3 win. In Women snooker category, the Hong Kong player Ka Kai Wan shocked former World Team Champion Vidya Pillai 2-1. Ka Kai Wan shown her intentions from the first frame itself where she crafted a break of 58 to take initial lead. However, Vidya made a comeback and won the next frame but couldn’t save the decider frame and lost against Ka Kai Wan.

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