HONG KONG have bettered their medal tally in Barcelona after lawn bowlers notched another two medals - a silver and a bronze - on the eighth day of the Paralympics Games in Atlanta. The territory have now captured four gold, four silver and four bronze medals in nine days of competition. Four years ago in Barcelona, Hong Kong athletes won three gold, four silver and four bronze medals. Visually-impaired lawn bowler Fiona Tang Mui-lai grabbed a silver in the partially sighted group. Forty-year-old Jimmy Chiu Chung-lun won a bronze in the upper limb disability group. Hong Kong still have chances to add a few more medals to the tally as wheelchair table tennis players Fung Yuet-wah, who won a gold and two bronzes in Barcelona, and Wong Pui-yi have advanced to the quarter-finals of the ladies' open singles. In athletics, Cheung Yiu-cheung, a sprinter with cerebral palsy, will compete in the men's 200 metres final. Cheung, who won three gold medals in the fourth All China Games for the Disabled in Dalian in May, will also compete in the 4 ? 100 metres (standing) final.