Can it really be a year since the men of the Sevens last descended on Hong Kong? If rugby or buff 100kg men are your cup of tea, then this is your favourite time of year. Down in TST, scores of hulking sportsmen are enjoying a little quiet time ahead of the action - perhaps getting a suit made or picking up a copy watch. Apparently, the teams have to take it in turns to use the gym at the Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, where all 24 squads are staying. And while the tournament is obviously the main attraction, the true fan just can't get enough rugby. It's a full week of the sport in Hong Kong, with the PCCW Tens, Kowloon Tens, and the eKong Women's Rugby tournaments all being staged by the time the Sevens kick off tomorrow. As New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens says: 'It's a great opportunity for players, their supporters, and fans to get together in one place. 'It's good for the city of Hong Kong too, with all of us here, it is sure to boost the economy with all the shopping and going out.' On the basis that too much rugby is never enough, CitySeen has drawn up the quintessential Groupie's Guide to the Sevens. It provides plenty of chances to rub shoulders with past and present stars, or simply hang out with like-minded fans. Today AustCham Commonwealth Bank Rugby Sevens Lunch 2004. Guest speakers: Eric Rush, Ben Tune, David Duckham, and Tracey Holmes (former Australian sports commentator). JW Marriott Hotel ballroom. Noon-3.30pm. British Chamber dinner with (ex-Lion) John Bentley. HK Football Club. Dinner 8pm (sold out). PCCW Tens Finals. Hong Kong Football Club, Happy Valley. Starts at 9am, semi-finals at 3.40pm, finals start 8pm. Women's Rugby Sevens. Finals on Friday afternoon at HK Stadium. New Zealand Society Cocktail Party. Kowloon Cricket Club 7pm. Includes New Zealand men's and women's Sevens teams and the Cook Islands team. Closed event. Canadian Rugby Team ferry trip. Star Ferry, Central Pier, 7pm. Bid for a date with a rugby player. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Friday Annual Long Lunch. Park Lane Hotel, with former Lion David Duckham, 1pm. Sunday Post-Sevens Party. Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, where a huge marquee will be set up for all the teams at the car park. Training Grounds Happy Valley, Boundary Street, Tai Hang Tung (Prince Edward), King's Park, HK Stadium (above, right). Extra-curricular activities On Tuesday night, a few members of the English team were seen wandering around Wan Chai and were overheard asking someone: 'Is this girl a hooker?' I guess with Wan Chai going more upscale, it's hard to tell what's what. Here are some of the hot spots to catch up with the Sevens lads for a drink. Wan Chai: Joe Bananas (above), Devil's Advocate, Venue. Happy Valley: The Chapel. Lan Kwai Fong: Bar George, Al's Diner, Agave.