La Salle College and its primary school celebrated a first-ever sweep of the boys' singles and doubles honours, while Heep Yunn School's Au Yuen-mei retained her girls' secondary singles title at the All-Hong Kong Jing Ying table-tennis competition. Nearly 700 primary and secondary school students took part in the event at Choi Hung Road Sports Centre last weekend. La Salle's Chan Yun-hang won the boys' secondary singles crown, before teaming up with schoolmate Vincent Li Kwun-ngai to clinch the doubles title. In the primary section, La Salle's under-11 all-China national champion Chiu Chung-hei took the singles prize. He later paired with Yung Chun-to take the doubles title. Yuen-mei, defending secondary girls' singles champion, made it two-in-a-row when she defeated Chung Sin-wing of Ng Yuk Secondary School in the final. Lee Ho-ching and Wong Wing-kwan of Diocesan Girls' School were the doubles champions. Chan Wai-man, of Dr Catherine F Woo Memorial School (AM), was the primary girls' singles champion. There was more joy to come as she joined schoolmate Li Si-yeung to clinch the doubles honours. La Salle coaches Simon Yeung and Kitty Wong praised their boys. 'We didn't put any pressure on them as there were so many talented players in the pool,' said Yeung. 'They set their own targets - to win trophies for the school.' It has been a trophy-laden year for Yun-hang. He has won Hong Kong Junior Sports Star, Outstanding School Athlete and Bauhinia Bowl awards and was singles champion at the Hang Seng All-School Table-Tennis Championships. 'Yun-hang was the underdog as he is in Form Five. However, he has won many awards in the past, and he wanted to show the other players how good he is. He played every point seriously,' Yeung said. The next target for the La Salle boys is the inter-port competition to be held in Zhaoqing from October 28, he said. 'They will now focus on preparing for the inter-port, and they must also be ready for the inter-school competition, which will be held in early November, so there is not so much celebration at the moment. 'The school is very proud of their achievement, as this is the first time that both its primary and secondary sections have swept all the trophies in the Jing Ying competition. It is not an easy triumph to repeat.'