A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP
A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP
Sam Agars
Opinion

Opinion

Boots and all by Sam Agars

Could Hong Kong rugby entice the likes of superstar Dan Carter to head up a team in mooted Indo-Pacific league?

Hong Kong must surely be favourites to win a franchise in Aussie billionaire’s proposed new competition – and even if that does not mean superstar players arriving, it could do wonders for the local player pool

A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP
A marquee player of the ilk of Dan Carter would give Andrew Forrest’s rebel competition credibility. Photo: AFP
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Sam Agars

Sam Agars

Sam Agars started his career in South Australia before moving to Hong Kong in 2014. He spent three years covering rugby and golf for the Post, before joining the horse racing team in 2018.