Junior soccer champions Hong Kong Football Club will host an all-star game tomorrow featuring a representative side from the rest of the league. The game, which will start at 9.30 am at Hong Kong Football Club, is a culmination of the inaugural season of the Hong Kong Junior Soccer League (HKJSL), which comprises six clubs - two sports clubs and four international schools. It has been a fruitful year for the HKJSL which aims to provide primary school children with good soccer competition throughout the year. Teams are nine-a-side and most normal rules of soccer apply. There are no offsides. Back-passes to the goalkeeper are allowed and matches are two halves of 30 minutes each. The league kicked off on November 23, with a match between Hong Lok Yuen and the Sai Kung Junior Sports Club. William Chung was the scorer of the first goal and Hong Lok Yuen won the match 3-1. Hong Kong Football Club then played the Peak School and won 6-1, setting a victorious trend that would continue until nearly the end of the season. They won all their matches until a 2-2 draw at Hong Lok Yuen in April. Matches have been played, on a home and away basis, at six different locations: Hong Kong Football Club, Happy Valley, Discovery Bay, Sai Kung's two alternative pitches at Junk Bay and Sai Kung itself and at Hong Lok Yuen. A new awareness of team spirit, competition and the rigours of a season-long campaign have been learned by the youngsters. The league has filled an obvious gap in the Hong Kong junior environment. Children of late primary school age have been generally starved of an opportunity to play competitive soccer but the formation of the HKJSL has given what some educationalists insist is a vital part of a healthy education. Special mention must be made to the Discovery Bay team. Despite the fact that they have had a difficult time against some tough opposition, the improvement in their team has been obvious to all observers. A group of toughened children gained a new faith in their abilities and have run a series of teams close. Throughout the year, there have been exciting matches. The home and away matches between the Peak and Kellett Schools (2-0 and 1-2) are a good example. Hong Kong international striker Tim Bredbury has taken an interest in the league and will be guest-of-honour at the prize presentations after the All-Star game. Bredbury said he may be able to guide sponsorship towards the league next season, with a bit of luck.