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  1. Borneo leg crucial to HK's ambition to be Asian No 1

    Posted Sep 08th 2011, 12:00am

    ... his knee on the opening day, ruling him out of the September 24-25 tournament in Kota Kinabalu. Despite Tauti's loss, coach Dai Rees was confident he had enough firepower to replace him ... will be missed, but we now have enough depth to lighten the blow,' Rees said. Big and mobile ball-winning forwards have always been at a premium for Hong Kong. But Valley trio Nick Hewson, Leigh ...

  2. Rees renews focus on 15-a-side game with a mission to Europe

    Posted Nov 04th 2010, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... Alvin Sallay Hong Kong will embark on a three-game tour of Europe next month. Head coach Dai Rees will renew his focus on the 15-a-side game, which has taken a backseat to the campaign ... belt. The players need to leave their comfort zone. Last year was a steep learning curve, but I expect to do much better this time,' Rees said. Hong Kong will play Germany in Heidelberg ...

  3. Sport - Rugby

    Hong Kong’s Tom McQueen passed fit for Singapore Sevens

    Posted Oct 16th 2013, 09:49pm by Alvin Sallay

    ... shoulder had recovered sufficiently so that he will be available for Singapore,” said a relieved Dai Rees, Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s head of performance and coaching. It is a great relief that Tom has been passed fit by the medical staff. This is a massive boost for us as he is a key player Dai Rees  With his deadly finishing McQueen has topped Hong Kong’s try-scoring chart ...

  4. Sport - Rugby - Margaret River Sevens

    Hong Kong Dragons win Plate final in Perth

    Posted Feb 23rd 2014, 05:47pm

    ... invitational side Outlaws. Gary Wong, Jonny Rees and captain Max Woodward all scored tries in the final, with Josh Peters adding two conversions and Adam Raby contributing one more. “We had a strong performance against what was a very good team,” said the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s head of technical development and performance Dai Rees, who is acting as tour manager during the Perth tour. ...

  5. Sport - Rugby

    Second place for HK in Five Nations would be just fine, says Rees

    Posted May 09th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Alvin Sallay Coach Dai Rees is savouring the prospect of Hong Kong clinching their first second-place finish in the HSBC Asian Five Nations Top Five competition when the side take ... the management staff and above all the players,' Rees said. Hong Kong returned home yesterday after a seven-try 48-3 romp over Sri Lanka left them well-placed to finish runners-up to Asian ...

  6. Rees boosted by release of Japan-based duo

    Posted Oct 12th 2010, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... Head coach Dai Rees has successfully negotiated the release of Japan-based sevens stars Mark Wright and Rowan Varty for the Asian Games, but insisted both were not shoo-ins ... into the team,' Rees warned yesterday. Wright, who shared the captaincy duties with Jeff Wong Chun-kiu last season, and Varty are playing in the Japan Top League for Toyota Jido Shokki Shuttles. After ...

  7. Hong Kong dazzle under scrutiny of player-cam

    Posted Feb 12th 2012, 12:00am

    ... for scrutiny. As a result, said head coach Dai Rees, they all played out of their skins and stormed into the Cup competition. Hong Kong defeated Pakistan 45-0, Thailand 42-7 and Malaysia 57-0 on the opening day of the HSBC Asian Sevens Series tournament. 'I think our performance rose 20 per cent due to the player-cam,' said Rees with a smile. With an eye on the Cathay Pacific/HSBC ...

  8. Rees optimistic despite defeats for sevens side

    Posted Jul 26th 2009, 12:00am by Noel Prentice

    ... Dai Rees said last night. Having lost all three games on Thursday, Hong Kong were outclassed 39-0 by IRB Sevens Series champions South Africa yesterday, then lost to Taiwan 17-12 and Japan 19-5 to finish in eighth and last place. 'Coming to the World Games has been a great experience and a very valuable exercise for the squad,' Rees said. 'We could have won against ...

  9. Rees takes chance to blood HK youngsters in sevens squad

    Posted Jul 01st 2009, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... Alvin Sallay Hong Kong will take the out-of-the-blue opportunity to play at the World Games in Taiwan this month to develop their engine room, with head coach Dai Rees naming a number ... it will be the first opportunity for Simon Leung and Mark Komar to make an impression. 'Looking ahead, it is important we look to develop more forwards into our sevens teams,' said Rees, who has ...

  10. Rees looking for pointers from Shanghai Sevens

    Posted Sep 03rd 2010, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... With the Asian Games on the horizon, head coach Dai Rees hopes to draw strength from his 12-strong squad who left yesterday for this weekend's Shanghai Sevens. 'That is our ultimate goal. To be in the gold medal match come November,' Rees said of the Asian Games in Guangzhou. 'While that is the bigger picture, we also have to ensure we are up there competing ...




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