SCHOOLGIRL judoka Mo Ching-hui lived up to the faith her coach has in her by bringing home an Asian Games bronze medal from Hiroshima. Taiwan-based Ching-hui, who studies at the National Sports Institute in Taoyuan, captured the bronze medal in the women's under-61 kg category by coming through the repechage. The 20-year-old was beaten by Japan's eventual silver medallist Yuko Emoto in the semi-finals but bounced back with a victory over Turkmenistan's Oksana Kokorina to share the bronze with China's Zhang Di. Ching-hui has always been considered by manager-cum-coach Lee Chung-tai as the territory's best hope for a judo medal at the Hiroshima Games. 'Ching-hui is the strongest of our four players who were at the Asian Games and we knew she had a solid chance of winning a medal. She had already proved herself at last year's Asian Championships when she also won a bronze. Her only defeat in Macau was by the eventual champion, Chong Sung-kook of South Korea.' Hong Kong's other judo players at the Asian Games were Cat Law Lai-wah and Chan Mei-ling and their man teammate Watt Tze-wan.