TONGAN international Isi Tu'ivai is heading for Hong Kong and local clubs are falling over themselves to sign him up. Tu'ivai, one of the fastest players at this year's Hong Kong Sevens where he led Tonga to the Plate championship, will be in the territory before the start of the season. Among the teams in the chase for Tu'ivai are Kowloon, runners-up to Hong Kong Football Club in the league last season. Kowloon captain Chris North said: ''He will definitely be in Hong Kong. The only problem now is the visa. ''It will be a big boost for us if we can have him, but I know there are other clubs chasing him as well.'' Tu'ivai, who plays at centre or wing, is currently with leading New Zealand provincial side North Harbour where he works as a fitness adviser. North will lead a Kowloon side in the new season confident of breaking Club's domination of local rugby. With several new players from Britain and South Africa, North said Kowloon were ready to carry on the good form they showed at the end of last season when they beat Club in the Knockout Cup final. Said North: ''We've got a good forward line-up and our front row and locks are a match for any other team in Hong Kong. ''We also have a very good back line, and I don't think the league will be a one-horse race like it was last season.'' Club were the dominant force last season, wrapping up the league title with weeks to spare. Kowloon's experienced back line includes scrum-half Tim Leach, Hong Kong skipper Craig Pain, Charlie Riding and veteran campaigner Phil Campbell.