Sunday's mini-hockey tournament at Lok Fu Stadium is expected to attract more than 100 primary school students. Organised by the Hong Kong Hockey Association (HKHA) in conjunction with the Kai Tak Hockey Club, the event is extremely popular. 'It's exciting and I can make friends,' said Michelle Lai Ying-chi, 10, of Heep Yunn Primary School. 'It's fun and I can improve my English,' said Priscilla Lai Ying-yin, 7, also from Heep Yunn. There are four mini-hockey clubs in Hong Kong: Kai Tak Club, Discovery Bay Club, Kowloon Cricket Club and Hong Kong Football Club. It is hoped all four will host a mini-hockey festival this year. 'Mini-hockey is a modified version of conventional field hockey designed for children aged six to 12,' said HKHA spokesperson, Josephine Ko. 'The training sessions provide a solid foundation of the basic skills required and concepts, such as passing, receiving, moving, tackling, dribbling and shooting, are practised,' she said. 'There is a mix of cultures within the mini-hockey community so children can learn about others.' More than 100 boys and girls from more than 40 schools are expected to participate.