INDONESIA'S Oka Sulalsana captured the grand title in the Mobil Hong Kong Open Championships after bouncing back to win the final of the funboard series at Tai Tam Bay yesterday. Sulalsana, winner of the international raceboard series from New Zealander Bruce Kendall and Sam Wong Tak-sum, saw his title hopes slipping away when he finished second and fourth in the first two races in the funboard event. World champion Kendall, the 1988 Olympic Games gold medallist, had a win and a second place and would have carried away the $18,000 grand prize if he could have won the last race. But Asian champion Sulalsana enjoyed a fast start to win it and Wong held off Kendall for second place. The results earned Wong the funboard title with Kendall second and Sulalsana third. Sulalsana accumulated 19 penalty points from the raceboard and funboard competitions after discarding his worst result, edging Kendall by three points while Wong settled for third place with 26 points. Local teenager Anthony Lau Chun-ho finished a creditable fourth overall on 83 points, ahead of Malaysia's Faisal Malik and Hong Kong national sailor Ken Wong Hop-hi. A delighted Sulalsana said: ''My target is to become the world champion and to have beaten Sam and Bruce, both top class sailors, boosted my confidence for the world title next year.'' Hong Kong's women's world champion Lee Lai-shan finished fifth overall in the international raceboard series but did not take part in the funboard races. The 23-year-old from Cheung Chau won the women's category from China's Li Ke and Singapore's Ashley Kearns.