<p>The Sports for Hope Foundation Outstanding Junior Athlete Awards annual celebration and 4th quarter 2016 presentation ceremony came to an end.  The award winners included: (fourth row and 3rd to 6th right, third row) Hong Kong U19s Men’s Rugby National team members, Chan Yin-yau (Equestrian) (1st left, third row), Sou Ming-chun (Tennis) (2nd left, third row), Robbie James Joaquin Capito and Lo Ho-sum (Billiard Sports) (1st & 2nd right, third row), (from 1st left, second row) Mak Cheuk-wing (Windsurfing), Ng Pak-nam and Mak Tze-wing (Table Tennis), Lo Ng-shuen (Roller Sports), Hsieh Sin-yan (Fencing), Michelle Yeung and Leung Yat-sing (Wushu), Jerry Lee and Sin Kam-ho (Dance sports), (from 1st right, first row) Chan Chi-fung (Rowing), Chow Hei-wood and Chau Ka-him (Karatedo).  The recipients of the Certificate of Merit were (from 1st left, first row) Wong Tsz-to (triathlon), Cheung Ka-ho (Roller Sports) and Wong Kwan-to (Swimming).  In addition, Mak Cheuk-wing and Mak Tze-wing are named the Most Outstanding Junior Athlete and the Most Promising Junior Athlete of the year respectively.</p>
The Sports for Hope Foundation Outstanding Junior Athlete Awards annual celebration and 4th quarter 2016 presentation ceremony came to an end.  The award winners included: (fourth row and 3rd to 6th right, third row) Hong Kong U19s Men’s Rugby National team members, Chan Yin-yau (Equestrian) (1st left, third row), Sou Ming-chun (Tennis) (2nd left, third row), Robbie James Joaquin Capito and Lo Ho-sum (Billiard Sports) (1st & 2nd right, third row), (from 1st left, second row) Mak Cheuk-wing (Windsurfing), Ng Pak-nam and Mak Tze-wing (Table Tennis), Lo Ng-shuen (Roller Sports), Hsieh Sin-yan (Fencing), Michelle Yeung and Leung Yat-sing (Wushu), Jerry Lee and Sin Kam-ho (Dance sports), (from 1st right, first row) Chan Chi-fung (Rowing), Chow Hei-wood and Chau Ka-him (Karatedo).  The recipients of the Certificate of Merit were (from 1st left, first row) Wong Tsz-to (triathlon), Cheung Ka-ho (Roller Sports) and Wong Kwan-to (Swimming).  In addition, Mak Cheuk-wing and Mak Tze-wing are named the Most Outstanding Junior Athlete and the Most Promising Junior Athlete of the year respectively.