Kirk Sabean scored his fourth win from six races after a runaway victory in the final event of the New Balance Reservoir Series at Tai Tam yesterday. The Sheung Shui-based English teacher arrived in Hong Kong from Halifax, Nova Scotia, just six months ago, and has already stamped his authority on the local running scene. 'Every time I race I see a new course,' Sabean said. 'This course was very hilly, and so I stayed with the leading pack until the 5km mark, and then I decided to take off.' Sabean charged through the second half of the 10km race to post a winning time of 43 minutes and 47 seconds, more than a minute and a half ahead of Kam Wing-keung. Marathon specialist Choi Tat-ming finished third overall in 46:12. That was good enough to clinch the overall series title ahead of Martin Kennard and Philippe Cosentino. China Coast Marathon champion Joejoe Fan Siu-ping won the women's race and in doing so gave herself a confidence boost for next weekend's Rotterdam Marathon, which she will race for the first time. Fan clocked 55:37 yesterday, 1:06 ahead of Grace Balintong. Pauline Cheung (57:07) was third. Chan Kit-yee turned up to watch yesterday but had already sewn up the overall title with two wins in the opening events at Tai Lam and Aberdeen. Chin Ting placed second overall, while Cheung finished third.