Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong

HKCC Qilin players hope to be ambassadors of cricket for Hong Kong’s Chinese community

  • The newly formed team had a harsh introduction to competitive cricket, losing by 191 runs in their CHK Challenge League debut
  • The squad has grown from 20 to around 50 players in less than a year, with manager Ady Lee saying they could field more than one side

Topic |   Cricket Hong Kong
Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
Qilin bowler Michael Tsing in action against Hong Kong University at Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
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