Szeto Wai-kit, known by fans as 'the grim reaper', led the Modern Youth Alliance Association (MYAA) under-19 team to a successful defence of their title in the adidas Streetball Challenge at the weekend. Nearly 2,000 players took part in the two-day spectacle held at Mongkok's MacPherson Playground, where three-on-three action was divided into seven categories. MYAA, including Hong Kong juniors Law Yee-ting, Tse Man-chun, So Wan-chun and Wai-kit, took on TAC in the under-19 final. TAC's formidable line-up comprised Ying Wa College standouts Chan Cheung-man, Kelvin Cheung Kam-hae and Chow Ka-kui, as well as Newman College ace Chan Ka-chun. An eight-point scoring blitz from Wai-kit helped steer his side to a 14-10 victory and another chance to take on Asia's best in the regional finals later this year in Manila. It's the third time MYAA have won the annual Streetball Challenge. Last year the MYAA boys finished third in the Asian Streetball Finals in South Korea, behind the home side and the Philippines. Coach Cheng Wai-ming said that Wai-kit, a CMA Secondary School student who replaced former MYAA star Wong Chun-wai, had a lot of potential. 'I hope he plays for the team in this tournament again next year,' said Cheng. There was a shock result in the women's under-19 contest. Top-rated team K.O. were edged out in an early round by The Incredibles, who included Wong Tze-ching, Wong Sze-kei, Chan Ka-man and Fung Suk-san. They went on to become champions with a thrilling 7-6 win over hot favourites Dreams 86, whose line-up included Wong So-shan, Magic Hung Yat-na, Chiu Chit-kwan and Chu Hau-yee. The Incredibles will also represent Hong Kong in Manila in August. 'We didn't put any pressure on ourselves before the games,' said a delighted Tze-ching, from Heep Yunn College. 'We didn't expect to win the games. We have played together with the Happy Valley team for a few years now, and know each other very well,' she added. Category champions: Men's Super - South China; Men's Open - Basketball Youth Nam Ching; Women's Open - Kun On A; Men's Under-19 - MYAA; Women's Under-19 - The Incredibles; Men's Under-16 - Shing Ching; Media - TVB 'A'.