South China's hopes of winning the Senior Shield three times in a row were put on hold after Winling stunned them 78-65 in the final at Southorn Stadium last night. A South China victory last night would have secured the title for they had reached the final with three wins in a row. Now the teams, with one loss each, must play again on Tuesday to decide the title after Winling came through from the losers' pool. Winling captain Poon Chi-ho scored 25 points - the highest total of the night - including five three-pointers, with three of them coming in the crucial final period. He was fouled out when Winling lost to South China 77-71 in the semi-final, which forced them to start from the losers' pool. Lam Chik-cheong, Winling's delighted team manager, said: 'The title decider can still go either way.' In the women's final, Fukien beat Bank of China (Hong Kong) with a 86-49 win to take the final to a deciding match as Fukien are also from the losers' pool.