Hong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike ImagesHong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike Images
Hong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike Images

Hong Kong Sevens: hosts must qualify for their own Sevens tournament via new Challenger Series

  • Hong Kong face Jamaica, Papua New Guinea and Colombia in pool B of the first tournament in Vina del Mar, Chile
  • Paul John’s men’s team must finish in the top eight after two tournaments; should they fail they will still play in the main competition in Hong Kong
Topic |   Hong Kong Sevens
Hong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike ImagesHong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike Images
Hong Kong coach Paul John (centre) in a huddle with his players at half-time against Malaysia in the Asia Sevens Olympic qualifiers in Incheon, South Korea. Photo: Ike Li/Ike Images
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