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Scoring trumps scrums in World XV victory

It was all good fun - and nothing more - as the World XV won the Chartis Cup, defeating the Asia Pacific Barbarians 50-36 at Hong Kong Football Club yesterday.

Sunday, 12 June, 2011, 12:00am

Jury sure Club can be sentenced to cup defeat

As coach of DeA Tigers, Kane Jury can also play the role of judge. But he will have to depend on his players to be the executioners as they attempt to stop double-seeking Newedge Club in the G4S Grand Championship semi-final at Hong Kong Football Club today.

5 Mar 2011 - 12:00am

Solid scrums crucial for Kazakhstan clash

Hong Kong will need to get their scrummaging in order for a win-at-all-costs encounter against Kazakhstan in the HSBC Asian Five Nations Top Five competition at Hong Kong Football Club on Saturday.

4 May 2010 - 12:00am

Mistakes cost Japan victory against Wales

Japan coach Wataru Murata is hoping his side can cut out the mistakes that cost them victory over world champions Wales as the Cherry Blossoms slipped to a 12-10 loss.

Alex Cuthbert's second-half try earned the Welsh a narrow win and Japan now go into their next pool E game against England needing a victory to have any chance of progressing in the Cup competition.

27 Mar 2010 - 12:00am

O'Neill to make formal complaint about referee

Australian chief John O'Neill is to complain to the International Rugby Board (IRB) about the performance of Irish referee Alan Lewis during the Bledisloe Cup encounter at Hong Kong Stadium last Saturday.

6 Nov 2008 - 12:00am

Double delight as Club seal cup triumph

CBRE Club steamrollered their way to the double - winning the Knockout Cup with a convincing 28-12 victory over Synovate HKCC at King's Park yesterday.

A power-packed performance from the forwards allowed Football Club to emerge comfortable victors, and complete a marvellous season, winning silverware in both the Cup and the League.

9 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

Club refuse to take DeA for granted in Cup

The mantra at CBRE Club all season has been to take it one game at a time, nothing more ambitious. It has worked for them with the league title in the bag, and now they're going for the double with the Knockout Cup.

1 Mar 2008 - 12:00am

HKCC hold off late Valley charge

Synovate HKCC used their 'get out of jail' card yesterday as they grimly hung on to a paper-thin 13-12 victory over Crown Valley at King's Park to keep alive their First Division League title hopes.

25 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Cricketers maul Tigers to clinch title

After all the hype, HKCC score a surprisingly easy victory

Synovate HKCC won the First Division League title for the second successive season after they thrashed DeA Tigers 82-0 at a rain-swept King's Park last night.

28 Feb 2006 - 12:00am

Bisley and Kimura run rings around the PLA

They were anointed as the lords of the rings yesterday. Kiwi pair Colin Bisley and Aaron Kimura ran rings around a bemused opposition as HKCC/Aberdeen easily defeated Chubb PLA 54-17 at King's Park and moved closer to winning the Securicor First Division title.

23 Jan 2005 - 12:00am

Kiwi Kimura proves his worth

Fly-half keeps HKCC/Aberdeen on top of standings despite a late charge by Tigers

The avalanche of tries supporters of the tsunami relief fund had been hoping for failed to materialise as Synovate HKCC/Aberdeen struggled to post a 22-15 victory over DeA Tigers in First Division action at King's Park last night.

8 Jan 2005 - 12:00am

Schoolboy Siu plays Cupid as Valley romp

While other Hong Kong teenagers were probably swooning over their sweethearts with a bunch of roses in their nervous hands, Island School schoolboy Darren Siu was coolly playing a man's game on Valentine's Day.

15 Feb 2004 - 12:00am

Tigers and Club dish up piping-hot offerings

As if the beef and barley broth was not enough, DeA Tigers and CBRE Club dished out a piping-hot brand of rugby that kept the tundra-like cold at bay at King's Park last night. The end-to-end action more than supplemented the soup served by the caterers on the touchline.

21 Jan 2004 - 12:00am

Mundigian sets up Valley crunch

Forget the mother of all battles, the sequel, coming to your TV screens soon. For next weekend, the rugby battle of the season will get under way when local superpowers Asahi Valley and DHL Club clash in the last round of the Grand Championship. It is a winners-take-all match. To the victors, the 2002-03 First Division League title.

9 Mar 2003 - 12:00am

Valley reach 'new level' in nine-try rout of DeA

Asahi Valley's peerless 15 registered a perfect 10 in the opening match of the Grand Championship against DeA Tigers yesterday. A sublime performance dripping with power and pace blew away DeA who were left reeling in disarray. The final score - 54-14.

16 Feb 2003 - 12:00am

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