Each week we talk to HK's brightest and best Name Grace Yuen Ka-hei School Diocesan Girls' School Grade Form Five Sport Netball Achievements Grace, 17, joined the Hong Kong junior squad in Form Three. This year she won the award for the most improved senior player and was part of the bronze medal-winning team at the Interschool Netball Competition. She has been selected for the Hong Kong squad at this year's Asian Youth Netball Championship. Soundbite 'My mother is a netball player. I watched her play when I was small and I found the sport very special and interesting. 'When I started secondary school I was so happy there was a school netball team. I joined without hesitation and I also asked my friends to join, too. 'When I started training, I found that netball required more strength than I had expected. It required lots of running and I was exhausted after the sessions. 'I've tried a few positions in the team, including goal shooter, wing attack, wing defence and centre. I realised that I'm not a good shooter and now I normally play as wing attack or wing defence. 'I love netball and I try my best to strike a balance between study and netball. Even though I had to sit for the HKCEE this year, I still joined the Singapore training camp in March. 'I entered the junior squad two years ago and missed the chance to take part in the Asian Youth Netball Championship. This year, I finally get my chance and I'll try hard to give my best performance.' From her coach 'Grace is slim and short, but she's much stronger than she looks. 'She has speed and she has improved a lot over the past year,' said coach Veronica Arnold. Ambitions 'I would like to do well at the Asian championship later this month. 'And I want to continue playing and enjoying netball, just like my mum did.'