Two winners in the South China Morning Post's autographed jersey competition promised to frame their prizes yesterday. Christiane Willsher, who won the signed Hong Kong jersey, and Henry Leger, who won the black jumper of New Zealand, said both prizes were destined to become wall hangings. Willsher, who is originally from England but a Hongkonger at heart, said: 'I'm so pleased to win this.' She has been working at the German Swiss International School for the past 13 years. 'I'm going to frame it.' Kiwi Leger said: 'It's my first time here, but I would love to come back. This New Zealand jersey is very valuable. I'm going to put it in a glass case.' Anthony James, an Australian who has lived in Hong Kong for 12 years, won the South African jersey, and David Alexander, who works at a Swiss reinsurance company, the England jersey.