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  • 2022 National Championships Finals Day

    2022 National Championships Finals Day

    24 Oct 2022

    Summer
    7th Aug 2022 at KCC

    Eva Yu and Tony Cheung, the champions of the National Mixed Pairs Competition 2022.

    To win a game, it requires one to gather good timing, geographical convenience and harmonious human relations. I am very lucky to be at the right place at the right time meeting the right one. Taking this privilege, I would like to express my gratitude to my reliable partner: two years ago, when I was lost and puzzled, you opened a window and offered me a chance. Your encouragement pushed me to heights that I had never been. Thank you for being there. Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity. This very first national title is a motivation for me to get myself more prepared for the coming challenges. Hopefully, I don’t have to wait long for the next one to come. Fingers crossed.” ---- Eva Yu

    2022 National Mixed Pairs Champions - Tony Cheung and Eva Yu


    Ken Fong and Adrian Yau participated in the Men’s National Pairs Final. This was the first time Ken pairing up with Adrian, and this happened to work very well. Both players showed strong fighting spirit and good communication throughout all games. They unluckily lost to the CCC pair in the final match by a small margin.

    We would like to congratulate them for capturing their first runners-up title, and wish them success in future tournaments.


    2022 National Pairs Runners Up - Adrian Yau and Ken Fong