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  • U8 Squad Were Well Represented by 11 Experienced Touring Athletes At The Singapore Centaurs Tournament

    U8 Squad Were Well Represented by 11 Experienced Touring Athletes At The Singapore Centaurs Tournament

    24 Nov 2019

    The HKFC U8 squad were well represented by 11 experienced touring athletes at the Singapore Centaurs tournament.

    The team had a strong central spine of George Brock, Liam Booth, Everett Lee and Odhran Hogan ensured defensive cohesion and gain line momentum. They were supported by creative playmaking from Sebastian Lai and Declan Tsui to ensure quick ball movement to our nippy wingers Harry Davis, Nicholas Kenyon-Edwards, Jacob Chan and try machines, Lachlan McGowan and Max Randall.

    The team started strongly in the group stages and won 3 of their 4 group matches to maintain their perfect record to compete in the elite Cup competition in the Sunday knock-out games

    On Sunday, the team again met old adversaries Singapore Cricket Club and Fire Dragons but unfortunately lost in 2 competitive games to come runner-up in the Plate competition.


    A big thank you for the key coaching team, ‘Sur’ Andy Randall in driving the team on pitch, stirring leadership from Chairman Brock, the inspirational team talks from Chris Kenyon-Edwards and Daniel Booth and the organisation nous of Declan Hogan

    The team will be ready to compete at the highest level in May for the TRC Cup when we meet the challenges of playing in their first full contact tournament.

    Mark Tsui