Former Northern Ireland international Jimmy Quinn recaptured past glories after playing an instrumental part in Lorenz All Stars' 2-1 win in the veterans cup final at the Philips Lighting International Sevens yesterday. Quinn, sacked by Swindon Town as manager five weeks ago before the team were relegated from the English First Division, scored the opening goal against Instant-Dict and then said he was in no hurry to find work. 'I don't know what I am going to do yet. I'm still trying to sort one or two things out,' said the 40-year-old striker, who had a distinguished playing career with sides such as West Ham, Leicester, Bradford City and Blackburn Rovers. 'I've come here to enjoy myself. We just won the double,' said Quinn, referring to the fact that his team had won the Singapore Sevens last week. Quinn scored from close range at a sun-baked Hong Kong Football Club to put the Lorenz All Stars 1-0 up before former Queen's Park Rangers and Chelsea favourite Clive Walker gave his side a 2-0 cushion. Chan Fat-chi scored the consolation goal for Instant-Dict. Quinn paid homage to his star-studded team that includes the likes of Uwe Bein, Alan Kennedy, Gordon Strachan and Happy Valley player-coach Ian Baird in goal. 'We have an average age of 40-plus. They are all very good players and you can't really go wrong with so much talent here. 'It was very warm today but we kept the ball well and managed to score a few goals,' said Quinn. The most exciting game was undoubtedly the Cup final where Instant-Dict came back from three goals down to beat an under-19 Chelsea outfit 4-3. Two goals from Leon Knight and one from Sam Parkin put Chelsea 3-0 up, but Instant-Dict fought back to level matters at 3-3 thanks to goals from Yiu Hok-man, Rochi Putiray and Tam Siu-wai. Putiray then scored the golden goal for an enthralling victory.