The Hong Kong women's fencing team continued their dominance yesterday, dispatching Hungary 45-22 to win gold in the team foil category. Prolific Yu Chui-yee once again led the way and was well supported by Fan Pui-shan and Chan Yui-chong. It was the fourth gold medal at these Games for Yu, who also won in the individual foil (category A) and the individual and team epee events. 'I am so happy about this, but it's not the time to celebrate right now, we still want to support our men's sabre fencers in the next two days before having a big party,' the 20-year-old said. 'Competition has never been easy although I have won every event. 'The Paralympic Games are not like any other tournament. The atmosphere here is just great. I enjoy fighting in Athens very much.' Chan, a category B fencer, has now won three golds and one silver. A delighted coach Zheng Zhaokang said a key factor leading to Hong Kong's landslide victory was their superior technique, which he predicted would keep the team in pole position over the next few years. But the Hong Kong men's foil team couldn't do what their female counterparts did as they went down to China 32-45 in the bronze-medal match. In the Olympic Stadium, world record holder So Wa-wai clinched the silver in the T36 class of the 100 metres final in 12.51 seconds. 'He was a bit nervous and couldn't manage to complete the warm up exercise as usual,'' coach Poon Kin-lui said. 'Although he did catch up from behind, he relaxed a bit too early in the last 20 metres.' In the table tennis competition, Kwong Kam-shing was beaten 3-1 in the bronze-medal match by Frenchman Christophe Duran. Hong Kong are lying in eighth place in the medals standings with seven golds, five silvers and one bronze. China lead the table with 61 medals, comprising 21 gold, 23 silver and 17 bronze. Meanwhile, table tennis star Lai Wai-ling, the 2000 Sydney Games gold medallist, finished second in an exhibition event.