Jimmy Li Chun-kit was crowned inter-schools tenpin bowling champion (Hong Kong and Kowloon district), and also won the coveted High Game trophy with a score of 256. Jimmy, 16, made it a treble when he led the Chun Shek Lun Secondary School (CSLSS) trio to the team trophy last week. The Form Five student, a Hong Kong team member, was easily the best bowler in the competition. His final score of 693 in the individual event was a long way clear of second place Kenneth Lau (Yew Chung International School, Hong Kong) who had 575 points. Chan Kin-po (Po Chiu Catholic Secondary School) was third with 574. The CSLSS trio of Chun-kit, Cheung Chi-ho and Lai Kai-ming won the team title with a total score of 1,563. Tak Nga Secondary School were second with 1,453, followed by Yew Chung International School, Hong Kong on 1,425. 'Jimmy performed very well like we knew he could,' said CSLSS coach Ip Wai-ling. 'He is a very important member of the team. He is outstanding for his age. All three did well,' she said. The event, which was launched last year, saw 87 students from 29 schools hit the lanes at Mei Foo SuperBowl. Trophies were awarded to the top eight players in the individual event, and the top four school teams. The competition was jointly organised by the Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress and the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, and sponsored by Bank of China (Hong Kong).