THINGS are happening at Kowloon. They have a new coach and will soon get a new player who is certain to be the club's spark plug. Next comes a training ground on Hong Kong Island. All three new arrivals will hopefully combine to form the catalyst which will regenerate Kowloon's fortunes. While a new coach and ground will lift training standards, a lot will depend on Fijian Moape Ravuvou to lift playing standards. Hong Kong team members at the recent COBRA 10s tournament in Malaysia will remember Ravuvou well. The diminutive dynamo turned out for a Sri Lanka Select team in Kuala Lumpur. He was easily one of the best players in the tournament. Short in stature, Ravuvou is an elusive runner. Possessed of a quick turn of speed, he can spark any team to victory. One try he scored against the New Zealand Maoris Development squad - the eventual winners of the tournament - will be remembered for a long time. Collecting the ball inside his own 22, Ravuvou set off on his own and sliced his way through the entire defence to score a superb individual try. Having played two seasons in Sri Lanka for Colombo club Havelocks, Ravuvou was keen to move on. He approached national coach George Simpkin, who put him on to Kowloon chairman David Mycroft. 'I have bought his ticket and found him a job. From what I hear, he will be the springboard for success at our club,' Mycroft said. Mycroft was also happy to announce that former Hong Kong Football Club player Paul Mallen will be Kowloon's new coach. Kowloon will also begin training at So Kon Po from next Thursday. Training lights have been put up by the Urban Council. The new ground provides Kowloon with a convenient centre on the Island.