Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU
Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU

Hong Kong’s 15s rugby team get back to business in small training groups as 2023 World Cup comes into focus

  • The men’s squad are back training in groups of six, rebuilding their bodies and camaraderie as Hong Kong emerges from unprecedented global pandemic
  • Co-captain Liam Slatem says the players are elated to be mingling with each other again while adhering to extensive public health and safety protocols

Topic |   Hong Kong Rugby Union
Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU
Liam Slatem at the South China Athletic Association Sports Centre. He said the team are happy to be back training together, even if it is in small groups. Photo: HKRU
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