2009–10 Hong Kong First Division League
Kitchee retained their BMA First Division title last night without even kicking a ball and have Sunray Cave Sun Hei to thank after their 2-1 win over TSW Pegasus.Saturday, 19 May, 2012, 12:00am
TSW Pegasus reached their second cup final of the season as they scraped past Sham Shui Po 3-1 in their FA Cup semi-final at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday.
They are likely to meet rivals Kitchee - who take on Biu Chun Rangers today - in the final.13 May 2012 - 12:00am
Footballer of the Year Roberto Losada is hoping Kitchee can seal the BMA First Division title early, so they can return to defend their HKFC Citibank International Sevens title next month.
The Spanish striker (pictured) has fond memories of the tournament when he scored the only goal in last year's final against Celtic.25 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Kitchee won the first of their two battles against TSW Pegasus yesterday, beating their fierce rivals 2-1 in the final of the Halewinner League Cup at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday.
Next up for Kitchee - who collected HK$250,000 for their victory - is the First Division championship, where they trail Pegasus by two points with three matches to play.16 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
TSW Pegasus are determined to lift their first trophy in two seasons when they take on a weary Kitchee in the Halewinner League Cup final at Mong Kok Stadium today.
The Yuen Long-based club are in peak form and, apart from today's cup final, are also on course to winning the First Division championship, where they lead Kitchee by two points with three games to play.15 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Lowly Tuen Mun threw another spanner in the works in the BMA First Division as they held giants South China to a 1-1 draw on their home ground at Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground for their second successive draw against a top side.9 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
TSW Pegasus moved a step closer to their first league championship after thrashing 10-man Biu Chun Rangers 3-0 in the BMA First Division at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday.8 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
TSW Pegasus and South China closed the title gap on leaders Kitchee yesterday.
While South China thrashed home side Wofoo Tai Po 4-0, Pegasus also made no mistake with an overwhelming 6-4 win over Citizen at Yuen Long Stadium.18 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Kitchee received a morale booster ahead of their AFC Cup opener this week as they returned to the top of the BMA First Division following a 5-2 romp past home team Wofoo Tai Po yesterday.
Club president Ken Ng Kin said the result had revitalised Kitchee's title hopes, especially after rivals TSW Pegasus were surprisingly held 2-2 by Sapling on Friday night.4 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
TSW Pegasus coach Chan Hiu-ming has warned his players against complacency after they defeated champions Kitchee 2-1 with a last-gasp goal in a thrilling BMA First Division clash yesterday.13 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
TSW Pegasus are confident of a victory against champions Kitchee today in the BMA First Division at Yuen Long Stadium to help deliver the club's first league title.
Pegasus are second in the standings on 24 points, two behind Kitchee but with a game in hand. South China are third, one point behind Pegasus but have also played a game more.12 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Forward Godfred Karikari is racing against time to play for Hong Kong in an international friendly against Taiwan later this month - the first match under new coach Ernie Merrick.
The Pegasus winger has yet to obtain his Hong Kong passport, but is still being drafted into Merrick's 27-member training squad.3 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Sham Shui Po coach Lee Chi-kin hopes his young side have turned the corner following their 1-0 defeat of Hong Kong Sapling in the Halewinner League Cup at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday.15 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Kitchee slammed the poor pitch conditions after struggling to beat home team Sham Shui Po, 1-0, in the BMA First Division yesterday. 'We could barely play our normal passing game on such a poor ground,' Kitchee coach Josep Gombau said of the Sham Shui Po Sports Ground.5 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
South China beat Wofoo Tai Po 3-0 in the BMA First Division, but team convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing was left largely unimpressed by his team's performance.
'Give us one more month, by which time our new foreign players will have arrived, and the situation will change,' said Lo.4 Dec 2011 - 12:00am