Dai Rees

A former Wales international and coach of the Welsh sevens side, as well as coach of the Hong Kong sevens and 15s sides, Dai has recently taken up an overarching position covering all things performance related in Hong Kong rugby. As the HKRFU’s new head of technical development and performance, Dai offers readers insight into the national team set up, while his international experience will see him address the state of the game at home and abroad.
Dai Rees
A former Wales international and coach of the Welsh sevens side, as well as coach of the Hong Kong sevens and 15s sides, Dai has recently taken up an overarching position covering all things performance related in Hong Kong rugby. As the HKRFU’s new head of technical development and performance, Dai offers readers insight into the national team set up, while his international experience will see him address the state of the game at home and abroad.

Latest from Dai Rees

Coach’s Corner | Get behind our boys to make this year ‘extra special’

What on earth is going on with the powers that be in Hong Kong television circles? The otherwise fantastic long holiday weekend was ruined for me and many others by the discovery that our subscriptions to Setanta, by way of Now TV, no longer covers the Six Nations Championship.

29 Oct 2018 - 6:19AM

What on earth is going on with the powers that be in Hong Kong television circles? The otherwise fantastic long holiday weekend was ruined for me and many others by the discovery that our subscriptions to Setanta, by way of Now TV, no longer covers the Six Nations Championship.

Get behind our boys to make this year ‘extra special’
Coach’s Corner | Mid-season internationals having significant impact

What an outstanding performance by our Hong Kong boys on Tuesday night against Belgium at King's Park. We should not underestimate the significance of the result, along with the hard work put in by all the players and coaches.

29 Oct 2018 - 6:19AM

What an outstanding performance by our Hong Kong boys on Tuesday night against Belgium at King's Park. We should not underestimate the significance of the result, along with the hard work put in by all the players and coaches.

Mid-season internationals having significant impact
Coach’s Corner | Hong Kong’s ‘game for all’ steps up push for more success

As we come to the end of another HSBC Asian Sevens Series and as I prepare to step back from coaching and settle into a new overarching role at the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union as head of technical development and performance, it seems the right time to pause and reflect on the recent success of our international programmes.

8 Dec 2015 - 1:30PM

As we come to the end of another HSBC Asian Sevens Series and as I prepare to step back from coaching and settle into a new overarching role at the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union as head of technical development and performance, it seems the right time to pause and reflect on the recent success of our international programmes.

Hong Kong’s ‘game for all’ steps up push for more success