Name Dixon Lam Tsun-wai School TWGHs Lo Kon Ting Memorial College Grade Form Six Sport Football Achievements Dixon, 18, is a goalkeeper for the Yuen Long District team in the city's Second Division. When he played for Yuen Long's youth team, he helped them win the silver medal in 2009/10 and the bronze in 2010/11 in the Youth District Football League (under-17 boys' category). He is the captain and coach of his school team, which was set up last September. He was training with the under-17 squad of TSW Pegasus last season, but stopped attending practice because of public exams. He will join the under-19 squad after completing the HKDSE in May. He represented Hong Kong at the All China Secondary Schools Students' Games in Baotou , Inner Mongolia last July. In 2009, he trained with the Hong Kong under-15 squad, but did not play for them that year. Soundbite 'I started to play football when I was in primary school,' says Dixon. 'I always played at On Hing Street football pitch in Yuen Long. One day, I got into the nearby Yuen Long Stadium, and practised. But I was thrown out as it is a professional venue only for top teams. 'So when I qualified to join the district team two years ago and had many practice sessions every week at the stadium, I was very excited. 'When I started school, there was no football team. Our school is strong in volleyball and not many students were interested in football. Since I was a junior student, I didn't have the courage to ask for a team to be set up. I thought senior students would start one, but I was wrong. 'After five years at school, there was still no team. My experience from the China Students' Games gave me courage to take up the responsibility. We were eliminated in the inter-school competition but I am grateful for my teammates' efforts.' From his coach 'Dixon is a passionate, dedicated player who is also assisting our goalkeeping coach to teach our under-13 and under-15 youth teams' keepers. As he didn't have a team at school for most of his secondary studies, he had less match experience. Playing in more matches will be good training for him after his HKDSE exam,' says Yeung Tat-mo, consultant coach of TSW Pegasus youth training squad. Ambitions 'Coach Yeung told me not to give up the sport when I was in poor form last year and it really paid off. I was finally able to represent Hong Kong. I hope to regain my form quickly after my exams and get another breakthrough soon,' says Dixon.