When Andrew Chambers scored Hong Kong's first try against the Aussies yesterday, CitySeen was right in the action. We were chatting with some local rugby players - and staunch Hong Kong supporters - in the notorious South Stand when Chambers broke away and sprinted off down the touchline to squeeze over the tryline. Everyone got on their feet and cheered, then immediately turned around - to savour the moment again on the giant screen above showing a close-up replay. When things settled down a little, CitySeen asked Vincent Lau Wai-shun, a second year student at the Zhu Hai Post Secondary College in Tuen Mun, how he felt - 'We're so excited!' he said. Lau, who has played rugby for two years, said he was satisfied with Hong Kong's performance despite the 38-5 final score. 'A lot of other teams didn't manage to score at all,' he said.