King George V School took home the Division One Inter-school Hockey Tournament title by defeating Diocesan Boys' School 2-0 at King's Park Sports Ground. In the first five minutes, King George V were a little shaky and unable to get control of the ball. But they settled down and scored their first goal seven minutes into the game. After that breakthrough, they were instructed to focus on defence and were able to hold on to their lead going into half-time. King George V came out attacking again in the second half and scored another goal with 15 minutes remaining to put the game beyond Diocesan Boys' School in a match played on April Fools' Day. The school had been a dominant force throughout the tournament, going undefeated through all seven games to become champions. Captain Dev Singh Dillon, who also plays for the Hong Kong team, was one of the driving forces behind their success. 'It is a relief to be able to win the championship. Expectations were really high for our hockey team this year and many people expected us to win, so the pressure was really there,' he said. 'Diocesan Boys' School is one of the top sports schools in Hong Kong. Throughout the years we have developed a rivalry with them. It felt really great to be able to defeat our rivals. 'I think we have a great chance of repeating our success next year. Although some of our core players will graduate, we have an abundance of up-and-coming players in the team.'