Hong Kong School cross country teams hit the jackpot in Fujian Province last weekend as both the boys and girls won inter-port championship titles - the best ever result. Competing against elite junior athletes from Fujian, Macau and Guangdong, the SAR's endurance queens were most dominant as five claimed medals by finishing in the top eight. Team captain Yim Chi-hiu of Diocesan Girls' School was inspirational, finishing second in the 5km race, with Heep Yunn's Wong Tsz-yan close behind and Siu Lai-yu of Jockey Club Ti-I College fourth. Ng Ka-yuk of DGS was fifth and Lee Hiu-tung of STFA Leung Kau Kui College came in eighth. Boys' team captain and Jing-ying champion Gi Ka-man, a pupil at CCC Kei Long College, was in no mood to be beaten and won the 7km race - one of three SAR boys who clinched medals. Last month's Grade A inter-school winner Lau Tak-lung of Lingnan Hang Yee Memorial Secondary School was second and Kwun Tong Maryknoll College runner Hui Ming-hei grabbed a medal in eighth. All Hong Kong girls placed in the top 20, and all boys in the top 25, collecting enough points to claim the championship - the first time both have won at the same inter-port event. 'We were well prepared and our standard is getting higher now,' said a pleased Stephen Lee Kai-mou of the Hong Kong School Sports Federation. The HKSSF's Leanna Law, who travelled with the teams to Fuzhou, said poor weather conditions helped the SAR teams. 'It rained, became muddy and that reduced the home team's advantage - we all had to struggle through the slippery conditions,' said Law. The athletes will now focus on the upcoming inter-school track and field competitions which start this month.