NG Eain Yow knows all about the pressure of competing on home ground. After all, the 19-year old squash player has had his fair share of success on home soil – playing a key role as Malaysia beat a fancied Pakistan to win the Asian Junior Team Championships in 2015.
Andrea Lee is much better prepared when she returns to New Zealand for a second time in two months – this time for the World Junior Squash Championships.
It’s every budding squash player’s dream to compete in the World Junior Championships.
Youngsters Ng Eain Yow and Andrea Lee (pic) came up short in the semi-finals of the NZ International Classic squash championships. The 19-year-old Eain Yow, who took the scalp of top seed Peter Creed of Wales in the quarter-finals, went down 11-7, 4-11, 4-11, 5-11 to fourth seed Mahesh Mangaokar […]
Ng Eain Yow extended his giant-killing run to storm into the men’s semi-finals of the NZ International Classic squash championships. The 19-year-old proved to be a resilient force, coming from behind to stun top seed Peter Creed of Wales 4-11, 11-8, 5-11, 11-7, 11-6 in the quarter-finals in Palmerston North […]