HONG KONG RUGBY UNION AND EASTERN LONG LIONS CELEBRATE WORLD CUP FEVER IN HONG KONG

11 Jul 2018

Hong Kong Rugby Union and Eastern Long Lions came together to share World Cup fever at King’s Park Sports Ground today.  Members of the Hong Kong Men’s Sevens and XVs squads and Eastern Long Lions players gave their impressions of the World Cup and showcased their football and rugby talent in a joint training session.

Ben Rimene, captain of the Hong Kong Men’s Sevens rugby team hoped the side will beat Russia in their first game of the World Cup in San Francisco, in order to qualify for the Cup competition.

Lam Ka Wai of Eastern Long Lions believed that the World Cup fever has a positive influence on sports development locally.  His teammate Yiu Ho Ming was confident that Eastern Long Lions have the skills to be competitive in the coming Premier League season, and are working hard at pre-season training, ready to challenge for all titles.

 

Members of the Hong Kong Men’s XVs and Sevens rugby teams and Eastern Long Lions (blue jersey) take a group picture at today’s World Cup fever celebration.

 

Tse Long Hin of Eastern Long Lions attempting a rugby penalty kick.

 

Members of the Hong Kong Men’s XVs and Sevens rugby teams and Eastern Long Lions (blue jersey) enjoying a mixed mini training session today.

 

Hong Kong Men’s Sevens rugby team’s Mak Kwai Chung trying to slot in a goal against Eastern Long Lions’ goalkeeper.

Cado Lee of the Hong Kong Men’s Sevens Rugby team and Lam Ka Wai of the Eastern Long Lions exchange jerseys to wish each other best of luck in their upcoming competitions. 

 

SUBSCRIBE TO

OUR NEWSLETTER