Eight students - four each from primary and secondary schools - have been honoured for their excellent performances in sport. Swimmer Sherry Tsai Hiu-wai, 18, and table tennis player Yu Kwok-see, 16, both from Diocesan Girls' School, basketball player Tam Wai-yeung, 19, from Chong Gene Hang College and long-distance runner Yiu Wai-kwan, 16, from Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Kwai Chung) won this year's Outstanding School Athlete Awards (secondary category), organised by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation. Wai-yeung, the most valuable player (MVP) of the Jing Ying basketball tournament and regional Streetball finals, said the award was the perfect climax to his secondary school life. The Omega Sportsboy of the Year, who led his team to last week's Inter-school Basketball Marathon title, said: 'Among the winners, I am the only one who plays team sports. The award is a recognition of my efforts and performance and it really means a lot to me.' Kwok-see said the award came as a 'total surprise' to her. 'I thought Amanda Robertson [hockey player from Island School] was the favourite as she had won the Omega Sportsgirl of the Year award recently,' she said. Kwok-see, MVP of the Jing Ying table tennis tournament who finished fifth in the Asia youth championships, will take part in the All China Secondary School Students' Games in Nanjing next month. In the primary section, Pui Ching Primary School's Kelvin Cai, 12, Diocesan Girls' Primary School's Magnolia Kwong Sin-wing, 11, Woo Wing-tung, 12, from Ma Tau Chung Government Primary School (Hung Hom Bay) and SKH St Michael's Primary School (AM) student Yim Hoi-yan, 12, were selected as the outstanding athletes.