Wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee has won the Sports Development Board's (SDB) Outstanding Junior Award for a record-equalling fifth time. Chui-yee, 18, was honoured for her brilliant performance at last year's Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled in South Korea, where she won four gold medals in the women's epee and foil individual and team events. The only other athlete to win the quarterly award five times is tenpin bowler Wu Siu-hong. Hong Kong's number one tennis player Yu Hiu-tung and mentally handicapped table-tennis world champion Lai Wai-ling have also been rewarded for their efforts. Chiu-yee, who began fencing two years ago, now has her sights set on more success at the forthcoming World Cup and the National Games for the Disabled. 'It's always my target to win more medals at major games,' said Chui-yee, a student at Our Lady of the Rosary College. Wai-ling, 16, who won the SDB award in 2000, received the nod again for her triple gold medal haul at last year's INSA-FID Table Tennis Open Championships. 'Winning this is a big encouragement - I'm very happy that my efforts have been recognised,' said Wai-ling, who has been the world number one in her category since 1998. Wai-ling was the first mentally handicapped Hong Kong paddler to win a gold medal at the Paralympic Games, when she defeated a European opponent in the women's singles final in Sydney three years ago. Yu, 19, won the silver medal in the men's singles at the Hong Kong Open Junior Championships last year - the best result for a local player in that event in a decade. The teenager also became Hong Kong's top-ranked singles player in November when he won the season-ending Chinese Recreation Club Open. 'Tennis is an indispensable part of my life now,' said Yu, who learned to play the game when he was five, and began formal training more than 10 years ago. The three winners each receive a $2,500 cash prize and sportswear vouchers worth $2,500.