Priya Pun, Sahin Gurung, Justine Lavea and Smriti Rai at King’s Park. Lavea said girls need the chance to try out sports to help them develop as children. Photo: Dickson Lee
Priya Pun, Sahin Gurung, Justine Lavea and Smriti Rai at King’s Park. Lavea said girls need the chance to try out sports to help them develop as children. Photo: Dickson Lee

New Zealand rugby star Justine Lavea aims to get Hong Kong girls back in action after pandemic

  • Justine Lavea, who won the World Cup with the New Zealand Black Ferns, says kids need sport to help them develop as people
  • Hong Kong finds itself at a crossroads with sport and physical activity as it tries to move on from pandemic lockdowns while stuck with strict Covid-19 measures

Priya Pun, Sahin Gurung, Justine Lavea and Smriti Rai at King’s Park. Lavea said girls need the chance to try out sports to help them develop as children. Photo: Dickson Lee
Priya Pun, Sahin Gurung, Justine Lavea and Smriti Rai at King’s Park. Lavea said girls need the chance to try out sports to help them develop as children. Photo: Dickson Lee
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