Aaron Kimura scored a brace of tries as Hill and Associates Peninsula defeated Securicor Island 48-29 in the All-Stars match to raise funds for ailing mainland player Niu Jian yesterday. In another generous act, Hong Kong's rugby community has raised more than $100,000 for Niu, the Chinese Agricultural University hooker who is battling leukemia. 'We raised $45,000 from the All-Stars games today and the clubs have also donated around $15,000 which they had raised earlier. The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union [HKRFU] has also pledged $50,000. This is a great effort,' said Robbie McRobbie, HKRFU community manager, yesterday. 'We will pass this money on to Mark Thomas in Shanghai who is co-ordinating the fund-raising for Niu,' added McRobbie. The 22-year-old Niu, who was diagnosed last October with leukemia, needs 500,000 yuan ($471,790) for a bone marrow transplant. This is the second time this season that the local rugby community has got together to raise funds for charity. Earlier this year, the local clubs raised more than $200,000 for the tsunami appeal fund. In the earlier match between the third and fourth division teams, Island defeated Peninsula 34-22. Aberdeen's Kimura won the Player of the Match award in the showpiece encounter.