The Hong Kong national then suffered a split in her last frame to end with 191. All Hui needed was to ensure she marked her tenth frame but disaster struck again when she was handed a 7-10 split and taking one pin meant both would have to contest a 9 and 10 frame roll-off to break the tie.
Hui failed to spare her ninth frame and could not strike in the tenth for only 28 pins while Ng struck twice to win the tie-breaker and the women's crown with 60. Ng narrowly beat Gigi Leung in the first all-Hong Kong semi-final, 228-222 to advance to the final.
The champion sailed past compatriot, Tilda Shum, 243-190 in the opening round and Macau's Wong Son Ian, 222-192 in the second round to make the semi-finals. Ng was awarded her second tour trophy and a cash prize of US$500.
Hui settled for US$300 as first runner-up while Misaki Mukotani of Japan and Leung earned US$150 each as second and third runners-up. Ms Vivien Lau, ABF Tour Committee Chairman and World Bowling secretary general presented the trophy and prizes to the women winners.
The ABF Tour Macau 2019 is the first of three legs to be staged in East Asia. The next stop will held in Hong Kong on July 21. For further information and details, please contact ABF Tour Committee at Tel: +852 2893 6039, Fax: +852 2893 6290; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Macau, China.