YCH TunG CHI YING Memorial School's (TCY) star striker Tse Man-chun will not miss the All-Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying final on Sunday after the player was released from his commitments to the sportswear giant Nike. Man-chun represents Air Hawk, the champion basketball team that travels to Nanjing tomorrow to compete in the Nike All-China High School League. But when his school football team beat Buddhist Chi Hong Chi Lam Memorial College 3-1 to qualify for the Jing Ying final last weekend, it created a predicament. TCY principal, Ieong Iok-lon, called the Hong Kong Basketball Association and Nike representatives and asked if special arrangements could be made. Now the player will not travel to China until Monday. 'It shows what can be achieved if all parties can consider what is best for the student, not only what is best for their own arrangements,' said TCY coach Edmond Hung Chor-yi. 'It is a good example of co-operation between a national sports association, a school, and a commercial company.' TCY, the Sha Tin and Sai Kung district champions, take on St Joseph's College from Hong Kong Island in the title-decider on Sunday at Shamshuipo Sports Ground. St Joseph's stunned defending champions West Island School 1-0 in the semi-finals last Sunday. But even with his best player on the pitch, Hung said TCY must be fully focused on the match. 'It's a team sport and everyone must play hard. One skilful player means nothing. Look what happened to Barcelona [in the Champions League] this week. Even with the World Player of the Year Ronaldhinho, they lost to Chelsea. Everyone must support the team,' said Hung.