SWIRE Group was the clear winner in the annual Professions Sevens held at Stanley Fort yesterday, sweeping Johnson Stokes & Masters 38-0 to take the Cup Final. Vigers, meanwhile, took the Plate Final, beating Halcrow Asia Partnership. The annual tournament, which included 16 corporate teams, was staged by property group First Pacific Davies. Proceeds go to the Society for the Relief of Disabled Children at Duchess of Kent Children's Hospital. First Pacific director Simon Haynes said: 'Last year we donated $500,000 and I'm hopeful we'll be able to match, if not increase, that this time.' Mr Haynes said between 3,500 and 4,000 people attended, paying $60 a head. 'It's not just a rugby day,' he said. 'That's almost been second place to all the drinking and eating.' The 12 other teams were Chesterton Petty, Crosby Securities, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, First Pacific Davies, Hongkong Bank, Jardine Group, Jones Lang Wootton, KPMG Peat Marwick, Ove Arup & Partners, Price Waterhouse, Richard Ellis and Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick.