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Hong Kong ready for Pan Pac series

THE Hong Kong Rugby Football Union's board of directors favour giving the Pan Pacific Series a go - if it gets off the ground next year, writes Alvin Sallay.

Wednesday, 8 November, 1995, 12:00am

Union keep faith with CEO Roberts

THE Hong Kong Rugby Football Union has extended the contract of its chief executive officer Dave Roberts.

The board of directors of the Union decided at their monthly meeting to extend Roberts' contract, which was to expire at the end of this month.

6 Aug 1994 - 12:00am

Restructuring a priority for Union

THE Hong Kong Rugby Football Union directors last night held a meeting to discuss the body's future management structure, including the role of the chief executive officer, a position presently held by David Roberts whose two-year contract expires in September.

13 Jul 1994 - 12:00am

Winds of change die down at HKRFU

CONFORMITY won the day at the 38th annual general meeting of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union yesterday when members refused to ring in drastic changes like opening the doors of the all-male domain to a woman, or picking a new chairman.

24 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Ballot box bureaucracy in rugby must change

A SECRET ballot to be cast on June 23, by the 18 members of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, will decide who the next chairman will be; in what direction the territory's governing body will go, and whether there will be change in the overall administrative structure of the game.

29 May 1994 - 12:00am

Two-way fight for RFU post

IT HAS been confirmed. The race for the post of chairman of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union will be contested between Stuart Leckie and Jamie Scott.

Presently chairman of the HKRFU, Leckie confirmed last night that he intends to seek re-election. He has to do this as his two-year tenure expires next month.

20 May 1994 - 12:00am

Sevens euphoria may lure Union boss back for more

STUART Leckie may seek another two-year term as chairman of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union.

Leckie, 49, said earlier this year that he would not stand for re-election at the Union's annual general meeting in June.

But after last week's highly successful Sevens at the Hong Kong Stadium, Leckie confided in a colleague that he may reconsider.

4 Apr 1994 - 12:00am

New-look stadium smacks of sex appeal

IT was a smart and snappy Stuart Leckie who stood before a group of journalists to talk about the annual rugby-fest that takes place at the end of the month and, for good measure, to model one of the Sevens rugby shirts that will be on sale.

16 Mar 1994 - 12:00am

Rugby boss rejects legal option in stadium dispute

HONG Kong rugby supremo Stuart Leckie has rejected advice calling for legal action against the Urban Council as a last-ditch method of wresting control of the new stadium for next year's Sevens.

12 Aug 1993 - 12:00am

Sponsors in the air over Sevens row

THE Hongkong Sevens' two major sponsors, Cathay Pacific and HongkongBank, have yet to sign on for next year's tournament amid a furious row between organisers and the stadium managers, Wembley International.

12 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Steep seating at stadium causing worries

STEEP banks of seating could be a hazard at this weekend's Hongkong Sevens tournament, a police chief has warned.

The deputy district commissioner for Wan Chai, Senior Superintendent Martin Samson said that the area of concern was in the upper seating, which was quite steep.

25 Mar 1993 - 12:00am

Sale holds little cheer for fans

RUGBY fans looking for beer and a song in the queue for Sevens' tickets could be disappointed by a decision against both.

Hundreds are expected to line-up overnight for the sale in Victoria Park starting at 8 am on Sunday.

Hongkong Rugby Football Union chief executive Mr David Roberts said they wanted to discourage unruly behaviour.

28 Jan 1993 - 12:00am