Fung Ngo-long from La Salle College and Heep Yunn School's Tong Tsz-wing reigned supreme at the inter-school Grade A individual squash competition 2009/2010 organised by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation. Ngo-long and Tsz-wing claimed the boys' and girls' championships, respectively, at the event which concluded on Saturday at the Hong Kong Squash Centre. The competition attracted 232 players from 57 schools. Ngo-long, a Form Six student, defeated Choy Kit-lun from Jockey Club Ti-I College 3-1 to win the title. Ngo-long took the first two games 11-6, 11-8 before the third went into a tiebreaker which Kit-lun won 16-14. However, Ngo-long fought back, winning the fourth game 11-9 to take the honours. 'After winning the first two games I wanted to finish off the match quickly and that led to my defeat [in the third game]. In game four, I played steadily and tried to take advantage of Choy's mistakes,' Ngo-long said. Having won the inter-school crown for the first time, Ngo-long will now turn his attention to the upcoming team competition which will be held over the next two weekends. 'Our school has been the champion of the team event for 16 years in a row and I hope to maintain that winning streak,' he said. The girls' final was contested by Tsz-wing and Liu Tsz-ling of Jockey Club Ti-I College, two of the most dominant female players in the local junior circuit. Tsz-wing, who lost to Tsz-ling in last year's final, won her first-ever title in four games. 'I expected to play Liu in the finals and I think she expected to play me as well. In two recent matches against Liu, I lost in five games. In this tournament, I tried not to put too much pressure on myself and it worked,' Tsz-wing said. The team event will take place this coming weekend, and February 6 and 7 at the Hong Kong Squash Centre.