Sacred Heart Canossian College (SHCC) has found the key to sporting success this year. Last Friday's clean sweep of grade titles in the Division Three (Hong Kong) inter-school swimming championships adds to the Division Two athletics honours they took last March. This latest victory sees the school's swimmers promoted to Division Two for the first time. 'We've planned a training programme and it's working,' said Alli Li, an SHCC PE teacher. Winning all three grade titles is even more remarkable because most of the squad is made up of students under 14. 'We've got 36 swimming squad members and 26 of them are from Grade C,'' said Li, a Hong Kong athletics team member and holder of the local 800-metre record. 'For these younger girls to compete in Grade A and win is impressive - they've done really well,' Li added. One the youngest to compete in Grade A was 12-year-old Zummie Sia Shin-yan, who stands just over 1.2 metres. Zummie placed seventh in the 100m breaststroke, and fifth in the 100m freestyle. 'Zummie did very well to get to both those finals - she has a lot of ability,' Li said. Other top performers for SHCC were Vivian Fung Sze-wing (first in Grade B 50-metres freestyle), and Grace Chan Tsz-ka (first in Grade B 50-metres butterfly).