A SUPERB treble from David Hill, a double from Ivan Allan and a one vital winner from Lawrie Fownes has ensured that the trainers' championship should go all the way to the final race on June 13. Defending champion John Moore gained a late winner and now has a two-winner cushion over Hill - widely seen as his most dangerous adversary - with Fownes one behind. Moore has saddled up 38 winners for the season but is still the odds-on favourite to keep his title. But Hill, the former Madras-based trainer, has leapt right into the reckoning. He said: ''I felt going into today's meeting if I had a bit of luck, a rub of the green, we could do very well. ''And that's really what has happened. A treble is great at any time but when it comes at this time of the season and with the championship still a bit open, it is very encouraging.'' First-season trainer Allan is having a tremendous campaign and he has the horses around to continue to make an impact over the final four meetings. The double took his tally to 34 but it would have been even more intriguing had Sky High obliged in the last. Fownes has had the best season of his Hongkong career and said: ''I'm just delighted for everyone connected with the stable. We are still in there swinging although it would be very hard to win it.''