Jockey Club Ti-I College (Ti-I) will keep a close eye on Ko Lui Secondary School's midfielder Ng Wing-kum when the two teams clash in the final of the Inter-School Girls' Soccer Championships at Kwai Chung Sports Ground tomorrow. Ti-I coach Fung Hoi-man said if the two-time defending champions were to retain the title, they would need to curb the attacking skills of Ko Lui's key player. '[Wing-kum] is a fine player, very versatile. Her skills are even better than some of the boys and she also has speed,' Fung said. 'We may have a player keeping an eye on her particularly.' To prepare for the final, Ti-I organised a three-day training camp over the Lunar New Year during which they concentrated on improving their defence. Ti-I have not conceded a goal so far, while Ko Lui have let in just one - against CUHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School in the preliminary stages of the tournament. Ko Lui captain Wing-kum, who is the team's leading goal-scorer, said it would be a tough game. 'Most of our players are not as experienced as Ti-I's,' said the Kwai Tsing Club footballer. 'I am the only one in my team who is receiving serious training outside school.' But she believes she can lead her team by example. 'We'll focus more on defence and look for the opportunity to attack,' she said. Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School will face Pui Ching Middle School in the third-place play-off. Meanwhile, the All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Football Tournament will kick off at Happy Valley Sports Ground tomorrow.