The Cross-Country Championship, organised by the Hong Kong Post-Secondary Colleges Athletic Association, will be held on Sunday from 9am to noon at Sir Hadden Cave Sports Ground at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
A total of 183 athletes from 11 tertiary institutions will compete in the event. For more details, call 2817 3835.
Rotate 270? is a collection of seven short plays directed by veteran comedian and actor Cheung Tat-ming. The latest production of the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre will be staged at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre from tomorrow until November 16 at 7.45pm, with a 2.45pm show on Sundays.
Tickets at $200 and $120 (half-price for students) are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009.
The Hong Kong Cricket Sixes will be held tomorrow and Sunday at the Kowloon Cricket Club, starting at 8.30am and 8.45am, respectively.
The competition features eight teams - England, Sri Lanka, Kenya, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, India and Hong Kong. They are split into two groups of four and will play each other on a round-robin basis on the first day. The top two teams in each pool will progress to the Cup competition, while the bottom two will compete for the Plate.
A two-day pass costs $450 for adults and $200 for children under the age of 15, and can be purchased from Cityline on 2111 5333.