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Sponsorship Opportunity – We have a rare opportunity open for a new sponsor for the Club in the 2016/2017 Season. If you or your Company are interested, please write to [email protected] or talk to a member of the Committee.

 

Sunday Training will continue on Sunday 14th February at HKIEd Sports Centre. For info on the Tuen Mun/Gold Coast bus and the Tai Po buses  please click here- both buses should be running this Sunday.

 

Colts matches/training this Sunday are as follows - please refer to your Coach / Team Manager for details.

Boys
U14B Training at HKIEd - 9am to 11am
U16B At TSW Community Rugby Grd. from 10:00 to 12:00
U19Training at HKIEd - 9am to 11am

Girls
U14G will have a HKRFU skills clinic from 9am to 10:30am at KGV School Sports Pitch.
U16G Training at HKIEd - 9am to 11am 
U19G Training at HKIEd - 9am to 11am
 

 

2015 16 U19G cup

On Sunday 31st January 2016 the U19G won the Cup in D1 Sevens

For more details and a video of the match click here

 

 

 

CNY Rugby Camp 11-12 Feb 2016
Please click here for a flyer for a rugby camp run by members of the Hong Kong International team.

 

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Registration

If you are planning to re-join us, we would ask you to visit the membership page of the  website here  and complete the Membership application form. We also have a Flying Kukris parent help list which we would appreciate you having a look at and seeing where you can help.

 

 

Parking at HKIEd - we received a complaint from the HKIED management about the parking on Sunday 6th Sep. We are NOT ALLOWED to park along the side of the road next to the stadium and also DO NOT block the lower exit. The lower exit is normally closed but is for emergency vehicles. Failure to obey HKIED rules may result in us loosing the ground for training. Please see the map below and note there is additional parking just down the road outside HKIED.

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28th Squadron (our Old Boys Team) had their first match on the 6th Nov 2015 - read about it here 

  

Here is an interesting article by Helen Hinton, which has recently been sent to us

How to Encourage Good Sportsmanship in Rugby

 

And another by Helen on the Benefits of Rugby

 

Rugby Helps Kids Improve their Confidence, On and Off the Field

Rugby is a great sport for kids for many reasons: it helps improve their physical fitness, as well as other physical skills—but that's not all. It can also be an incredible confidence booster, and a good way for children to learn important lessons that they'll remember for life. 

 

Physical Fitness and Physical Skills

Playing rugby helps children improve their physical fitness, and this is an increasingly important issue for kids and parents, all over the world. Children in general aren't as active as previous generations of children were, and playing rugby is a great way to counteract this problem. Just as important, the younger they start to get involved in playing sports, the more likely they are to maintain a healthy level of physical activity as they get older.

The physical  benefits of playing rugby go beyond fitness, however. Games like rugby are ideal for helping kids stay active, especially as they get older, but it's also a great way for them to improve essential physical skills such as hand-eye coordination, flexibility, strength, and endurance. Rugby is a physically taxing sport, and the combination of skills and techniques that the game requires are important for healthy kids to develop.

What Else do Children Gain from Playing Rugby?

It's virtually impossible to overestimate the benefits of playing rugby for children, click here to read more

 
 
 
 

 

Nepal earthquake

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The heartlands of the Gurkhas, whose men have served in the British and Indian armies since the age of empire, have been devastated by the Nepal earthquake.

Some of the villages occupied by the Gurungs, the clan which provides the backbone of the Gurkha regiments, are almost completely destroyed.

As you may know from our Club history page here, the Flying Kukris was originally formed by the Gurkhas. 

We would ask you to donate to the various charities setup to help. unicef (HK) can be found  here:- unicef

a selection of others can be found here

The Flying Kukris RFC have donated HK$10,000 to unicef.

 

2015 Flying Kukris AGM

Congratulations to all those who won awards at the AGM and many thanks to all the parents who came along and made the AGM a success.
 
The photos are now available here

Some of the main points at the AGM were as follows:-
 
Increase in membership fee by HK$50 to cover the cost of the Rugby Union Registration fee of HK$50. The RFU will eventually be issuing photo ID cards to all players, clearly stating their date of birth.
 
 
Old Boys Team – We hope to move forward with an Old Boys Team with a plan to play 2-3 matches against other Old Boy’s teams. Alex Yuen will lead this effort.

 

 Future Club Status - Many rugby clubs such as the Flying Kukris are presently registered as a society under the Societies Ordinance.  Under the Societies Ordinance, there are no provisions to suggest that societies are limited liability entities.  Accordingly, there is a risk that office-bearers, other officers or, depending on the circumstances, members of societies that act or enter into legal arrangements with third parties, purportedly on behalf of the society, may attract personal liability under such arrangements. In practical terms this could affect any member of the club, whether they be the chairman or a volunteer coach.

In recent years, some prominent rugby clubs in Hong Kong have established themselves as companies limited by guarantee.  Companies limited by guarantee are limited liability entities and there is a well-defined and more transparent structure provided for them under the Companies Ordinance, offering better defined responsibilities and protection for those who volunteer to assist with rugby club activities. The Flying Kukris will be now moving in this direction. 
 
 
   

For a really great video of the Flying Kukris at the HK Sevens please click here   or   here

  

 HKS Kukris Ladies v Football Club Final 

2014 15 HKS Kukris V HKFC final 3

In only their second season the Hong Kong Scottish Kukris made the Women's National League 1 Grand Championship Final. The Kukris finished the league in second place, with a remarkable 12 wins, 2 loses, 83 tries scored and a total of 461 points. This was followed by victories in the Grand Championship Quarter finals and Semi finals, leading to the Final at Hong Kong Football Club against Football Club. However, this wasn't achieved without cost, and several injured players were left supporting from the sidelines, with captain Rachel Fong the most notable omission from the team list. Late fitness tests for Antje Cosgrove (scrum half) and Robyn Beese (second row) further reduced the team, with some positions having to be reworked at short notice. That said, the ladies arrived at HKFC in high spirits, even though their old adversary Club, had home advantage.  

The game started at a frantic pace, with Kukris forced to defend for long periods and seldom out of their own half. However, it was sixteen minutes before Club scored a try, although the conversion was unsuccessful. This play continued, with Club scoring two more unconverted tries. Several times Rachel Fong and Ellie Ngan Kee attempted to break the Club line using their speed, but were unsuccessful. Halftime arrived with the score 15/0 to Club. 

The second half started with Kukris showing new confidence and good teamwork. Amanda Manchester join the pack and was both calming and commanding. Alissandra Crowther, new in her scum half position settled and started to impose. And with the pack more assertive, they were able to win more ball and allow the backs to play, with Christy Tang particularly making an impression. However, it was Club who scored next, with another try. Kukris were not disheartened and good team work made space for Ellie Ngan Kee, who scored under the posts with a trademark darting run. Rachel Fong converted. Kukris continues to attack, with forwards Micaela Jansen, Brooke Amnyauchoke and Sophia Abdelraham particularly impressive and unlucky not to score. As Kukris tired, Club managed to score their fifth and final try. The games ended with a 29/7 win for Club, but with the second half an even contest. 

So disappointment for the HKS Kukris in the last game of the season, but the ladies able to proudly reflect on their team achievement.

 

 
 
For your info the Flying Kukris Photo Gallery which can be found here now holds over 1000  pictures most of which are to a very high standard.
 
 
 
 

Saturday 24th January was the All Girls Beach Rugby Festival at DB. 

A Flying Kukris Flying Girl! - Who is she?
2015 DB Beach Flying girl

 

 

Donation to Philippines RFU

You may remember we donated some unused FK jerseys and shorts to the Philippine RFU a few months ago. The kit was handed over at the Philippines vs South Korea A5N game. A letter of appreciation from the PRFU can be found here. We have recently received the picture below of the kit in action.

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The HKS Kukris Ladies had another good win at The Rock on the 1st Nov over City Ladies

 

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HK Scottish are seen here together with some of the Flying Kukris Ball Retrieval Team after their win over Kowloon on the 1st Nov.

 

 

 

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