EASTERN team manager Peter Leung - ''To win all the championships this season. To make a clean sweep. We can do it if we really put our minds to it. It's been a so far so good for us.'' South China official Bruce Mok whose team are facing rocky times but have defied the odds by reaching the Asian Cup Winners' Championship final - ''To make sure that we win the Asian Cup Winners' Championship. That would be a wish come true for us if we do. It would be a history-making triumph for us. I would also like to see that we play three or four matches at the new Hong Kong Stadium and that it would be full each time!'' Voicelink striker and ex-Hong Kong international Tim Bredbury, who has played for numerous clubs during the past two years, including stints in Australia and Malaysia - ''My New Year resolution is from a family point of view. I must put down some roots and get on with playing football. I'm fed up with the moving that goes with the football uncertainties (club contracts). It will be nice to sort out some kind of contract for two or three years. In that way, I'll be back to living a non-nomadic lifestyle!'' Hong Kong head badminton coach, Diana Lo Leung Bik-luen on next year's Commonwealth Games where the territory have medal chances - ''Winning the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games would be nice. We can emulate what Chan Chi-choi and Amy Chan did in 1990. We could do it again with Chung Hoi-yuk and Chan Chi-kwong. Hong Kong Sports Institute head swimming coach ''heavy'' Bill Sweetenham - ''That our swimmers go really well in both the Commonwealth Games and secondly to lose weight - to lose a bloody lot ofweight!'' Hong Kong record holder swimmer Michael Wright - ''To get my Canberra course (sports management) studies finished. It needs a bit tidying up and obviously to swim well. I'll be swimming on January 1 (Epson World Cup). We don't really get hangovers like you guys do! I'd also like my swimming to keep going and hopefully compete in the Commonwealth and Asian Games.'' Top Hong Kong Chinese rugby player Rambo Leung - ''Get fitter and stronger for next year. Hopefully Hong Kong will do well in the Asian Championship in October - perhaps get into the Cup final - and I would be fit and ready to play well.'' Hong Kong Judo Association incumbent president Henry Shing who has been waging a year-long war with the rebel body over who is the official governing judo body - ''To make peace with the rebels and to join together into one unit for the betterment of HongKong judo. Secondly, to get good results at the Asian Games.'' Top Hong Kong lawn bowler Noel Kennedy, a medal chance at next year's Commonwealth Games in singles - ''To stop making resolutions because I can never keep them.'' East Asian Games gold medallist rower Ho Kim-fai - ''My New Year resolution is to keep my racing weight without giving up eating ice cream. My favourite flavour is vanilla which I like to have with cookies. It will probably mean me having to do even more workouts, though.''