Stuart Krohn was pleased to be back on his "home" turf this weekend. And while the Sevens is a chance to revive friendships and renew vows over the love, honour and worship of rugby, for Krohn it has a far deeper meaning.Sunday, 24 March, 2013, 8:47am
The power of rugby to create lasting friendships gave two students from inner-city Los Angeles the chance to visit Hong Kong last week and learn about school life and sports activities here.27 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
McIntosh and Krohn behind inter-continental exchange programme
On the field, former Hong Kong teammates Rod McIntosh and Stuart Krohn were an inspirational force. Now they have reunited to set up an inter-continental student exchange programme, bringing inner-city kids from Los Angeles to learn about school life and rugby in Hong Kong.26 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
Stuart Krohn will represent Hong Kong one last time after he was picked yesterday in a 10-man SAR squad for the Air France Sevens in Paris on May 16-17.
Krohn, who retired from top-level rugby in Hong Kong earlier this year - as he will soon leave to pursue an academic and coaching career in the United States - has been drafted in to fill the forward slot.6 May 1998 - 12:00am
Stuart Krohn has regained the captaincy of the territory's Sevens team after he was named to lead the squad who will play in the Fiji Sevens on March 8-9.1 Mar 1997 - 12:00am
LIGHTNING struck twice - and blew the home team's hopes of qualifying for the Cup competition right out of the Hong Kong Stadium yesterday.
The territory, who were relegated to the Bowl competition last year, find themselves in similar circumstances today, despite defeating France who were the top seeds in the preliminary round.26 Mar 1995 - 12:00am
KEY Hong Kong player Isi Tu'ivai could miss the start of the Asian tournament in Malaysia later this month after dislocating his collarbone during yesterday's 37-5 victory over Northern Territory.2 Oct 1994 - 12:00am
HONG KONG captain Stuart Krohn has pleaded with his side not to let slip the once-in-a-lifetime chance of playing in the game's most prestigious tournament - the World Cup.
At the post-Test match dinner held by the Namibian Rugby Union, Krohn, when called upon to give his customary speech, used the opportunity to ask his side for their full commitment for another two months.27 Aug 1994 - 12:00am