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Fung Hok-Cheung

Wagging tongues worse than fine

Zac Purton's HK$300,000 fine yesterday has far less potential to hurt him than the game of innuendo that will already have begun over his failing to report an approach by Cosma Fung Hok-cheung to bet for him.

Wednesday, 22 June, 2011, 12:00am

Wagging tongues worse than fine

Zac Purton's HK$300,000 fine yesterday has far less potential to hurt him than the game of innuendo that will already have begun over his failing to report an approach by Cosma Fung Hok-cheung to bet for him.

22 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Racing tips-for-cash conspirator jailed after harming club's image

A man who offered rewards to Australian jockey Christopher Munce for horse-racing tips was jailed for 21 months yesterday by Deputy District Court Judge Bina Chainrai.

13 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Man convicted in tips-for-cash scandal

The District Court yesterday convicted a man of offering rewards to jailed Australian jockey Christopher Munce for horse-racing tips. Fung Hok-cheung, 47, earlier pleaded not guilty to a count of offering advantages to an agent. His sentencing was adjourned to October 11, pending a background report.

28 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Accused 'pretended' he had racing tips from jailed jockey, court told

A man accused of conspiracy told a court yesterday that he had only pretended that horse racing tips he gave to an undercover anti-graft officer had come from jailed Australian jockey Christopher Munce.

Fung Hok-cheung, 46, said he did so to make sure the agent, whom he knew as 'Ah Fei' would bankroll bets from which he could pocket the winnings.

24 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Accused 'set up Munce bet'

A senior anti-graft officer told the District Court yesterday that a man accused of offering rewards to Christopher Munce (pictured) for horse-racing tips asked him to place a HK$50,000 bet for the Australian jockey when he was working undercover on June 22. Fung Hok-Cheung, 46, has pleaded not guilty.

17 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Pair deny paying jailed jockey for tips

Two men charged with offering rewards to jailed Australian jockey Christopher Munce for horse-racing tips went on trial yesterday in the District Court.

Fung Hok-cheung, 46, and Leung Shu-kan, 54, pleaded not guilty to one count of conspiracy to offer advantages to an agent.

16 Aug 2007 - 12:00am