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Pillai pots silver in Women World Snooker

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SINGAPORE, March 20: India�s Viday Pillai produced a spirited performance before settling for silver in the World Women Snooker Championship here.

Vidya reached final yesterday and was all set to clinch the gold with a lead of 4-2 but unfortunately couple of unforced errors gave hold to Hong Kong�s best bet and former World Champion, Ng On Yee, who won the next three frames in a row to take 5-4 lead. Though it was not much concern for Vidya as she won another frame to set decider.

After scoring 22 points in decider, Vidya gave a chance to Ng On Yee, which she converted into a break of 36 to take lead of 42-22. With 67 remaining on board, Vidya returned with a magnificent comeback but fall short by four points with score on board 54-50 in favour of Ng On Yee, which she later converted into her victory by potting the required pink. � PTI

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Pillai pots silver in Women World Snooker

SINGAPORE, March 20: India�s Viday Pillai produced a spirited performance before settling for silver in the World Women Snooker Championship here.

Vidya reached final yesterday and was all set to clinch the gold with a lead of 4-2 but unfortunately couple of unforced errors gave hold to Hong Kong�s best bet and former World Champion, Ng On Yee, who won the next three frames in a row to take 5-4 lead. Though it was not much concern for Vidya as she won another frame to set decider.

After scoring 22 points in decider, Vidya gave a chance to Ng On Yee, which she converted into a break of 36 to take lead of 42-22. With 67 remaining on board, Vidya returned with a magnificent comeback but fall short by four points with score on board 54-50 in favour of Ng On Yee, which she later converted into her victory by potting the required pink. � PTI