The rugby community raised more than $5 million for the families of the victims of the Bali bombing at a fund-raising dinner at the weekend. More than 750 people attended Saturday's black-tie event, organised by the Hong Kong Football Club and the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union. Eleven members and supporters of the Hong Kong Football Club, most taking part in the annual Bali Rugby 10s Tournament, died in the bombing on October 12 that killed nearly 200 people. Four referees from Hong Kong were severely injured. The dinner featured keynote speeches from international rugby celebrities such as Nick Farr-Jones, who led Australia to World Cup glory in 1991, and former England player Jeff Probyn. A fund-raising auction included a Rugby World Cup travel package for two, which fetched $220,000. The chairman of the fund-raiser organising committee, Andrew Penfold, said a five-person panel would be appointed to disperse the fund, which is still open for donations.