THE territory's national rugby union team's buildup for the Fiji Tests later this month was badly hit by yesterday's poor weather which resulted in a practice match against the development team at King's Park being called off. The Hong Kong squad were due to play their second stringers in a final game before the first Test against Fiji on September 29. But the weather forced national coach George Simpkin to cancel the game. It is now likely that Simpkin will turn one of the four remaining training sessions into a practice match. Other sporting events also fell foul of the weather, with only two of the 22 matches scheduled in the lawn bowls' men's summer league going ahead. Hong Kong Football Club, playing indoors on an artificial surface, won their First Division match against Kowloon Cricket Club A 6-2. In a Third Division game, Football Club C defeated Hong Kong Electric A 8-0. With visibility also poor, the territory's junior windsurfers were unable to take to the waters for the first day of the two-day Hong Kong Junior Championships to be held at Tai Po. The final day of racing is scheduled for today, when Hong Kong's Atlanta Olympic gold medal winner Lee Lai-shan and her coach Rene Appel are expected to make the prize presentations. Waterlogged fairways forced the cancellation of the eighth Clearwater Bay Open golf tournament yesterday. Although the early starters completed their rounds and the majority of the 220 entrants set foot on the Sai Kung course, the downpours eventually took their toll with play being called off soon after 12.30 pm. Club officials said the tournament had been rescheduled for October 12.