CCC Kwei Wah Shan College basketball team are seen as the best among all the schools on Hong Kong Island and they have their eyes set on winning all the major inter-school competitions.Thursday, 21 October, 2010, 12:00am
Fukien dominated the Senior Shield finals with both their men and women's teams being crowned knockout champions at MacPherson Stadium last night.
The Fukien men successfully defended their title by trouncing arch-rivals Winling 64-43, while the women were taken all the way by Bank of China before prevailing 57-55 in a thrilling encounter.4 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
Fukien beat Winling 85-83 in overtime at a packed MacPherson Stadium last night to level the A1 Division League play-off final at two games each.
The final game in the best-of-five series will be held at the same venue on Saturday and another full house of 2,000 spectators is expected.5 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Fukien captain Yung Kam-wah has called on his teammates to maintain their momentum when they take on Winling in game three of the domestic A1 Division league final play-offs at MacPherson Stadium, Mongkok today.
'If we win tomorrow, we will be in a good position to win the series,' Yung said. 'So, it is important that we return with a victory.'1 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Yung Kam-wah, who recently announced his retirement from internationals, has been appointed the coach for the Hong Kong team when they head for the ninth Thailand King's Cup next week.
'This is a very good opportunity, as I said before that I would like to start a career in coaching when I retire from the sport,' said the Fukien playmaker.13 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Hong Kong's top three-pointer Yung Kam-wah is looking forward to rekindling his success at the Asian Basketball Confederation Champions' Cup after accepting a last-minute invitation to play for local champions Winling in Dubai this week.30 May 2001 - 12:00am
Yung Kam-wah's reputation as an up-and-coming star shot up further when he helped the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) All-Stars to their first win over the CBA (Chinese Taipei Basketball Association) All- Stars in Taipei.
Three-point specialist Yung usually plays for Hong Kong champions Regal but he spent the last season playing for CBA's Teramars.5 Jun 1998 - 12:00am
Hong Kong: Regal booked their berth in the final of the Seapower Invitation Basketball Cup with a 93-85 win over Wideway last night at MacPherson Stadium.
Raymon Strickland led the way for Regal with 23 points. Regal will meet Winling in the final on Friday.
In a league game, Fukien defeated Fire Services 127-71.20 May 1998 - 12:00am
OLYMPIC windsurfing champion Lee Lai-shan will be Hong Kong's official flag-bearer for tonight's opening ceremony at the 80,000-seat Barrel Stadium, while basketball player Yung Kam-wah will represent the SAR in lighting the China National Games' torch.12 Oct 1997 - 12:00am
HONGKONG got off to a winning start at the Asian men's under-22 championship at the expense of minnows Macau at MacPherson Stadium last night.
Hongkong thrashed Macau 83-59 in their opening Group A match with Yung Kam-wah the star of the night scoring 37 points including six three-pointers.22 Apr 1993 - 12:00am