Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association
Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association

Hong Kong’s first Teqball champion Lee Ming-fai calls emerging sport ‘a great fit’ for spatially challenged Hong Kong

  • Coaches scout first representative team ahead of Asian Beach Games with dominant Lee a front runner
  • ‘Teqball [requires] a lot more touches and, surprisingly, the exercise aspect is more demanding than [football],’ says Lee

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association
Hong Kong Teqball players Wong Chun-kit and Mok Chung-pan against Yeung Chung-hei vs Leung Chuk-hei in the Teqball Hong Kong Challenge Cup 2021 mixed doubles finals in Mong Kok in May. Photo: Hong Kong Teqball Association
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