This Sunday, 21st December, will be training as normal. HKIEd SC will be open. As usual, please refer to your Team manager / Coach for details. Please also check back here for updates.
Colts training this Sunday is as follows-
U14, U16 and U19 at HKIEd from 9:00 to 11:00.
U14 and U16 at HKIEd from 9:00 to 11:00
U19 No Training
The Tuen Mun/Gold Coast bus and the Tai Po bus will both be running as normal and leaving HKIEd for the return journey at 11:20.
The Kids all had good fun at the FK Festival on the 14th Dec. If you have more pictures, please upload them to [email protected] for inclusion in our gallery here or to our Facebook page.
The HKS Kukris Ladies had another good win at The Rock on the 1st Nov over City Ladies
HK Scottish are seen here together with some of the Flying Kukris Ball Retrieval Team after their win over Kowloon on the 1st Nov.
The HKS Kukris Ladies won a Convincing 87/7 on the 25th Oct at THT over the Police. With Rosie scoring 8 tries & 5 conversion. Sister Rachel Fong also scored 2 tries, as did Cathy Chan. Berky Kong, Amanda Manchester and Antje Cosgrove all scored a try each, with Antje making one conversion. No injuries.
Scottish Back on Top With Big Valley Win
Our partner Club, Hong Kong Scottish moved back to the summit of the Hong Kong Premiership on Saturday 19th Oct. following a comfortable 31-13 bonus point win over reigning Grand Champions Valley. It’s nice to note that 3 of our Flying Kukris Colts Coaches played in this game.
The HKS Kukris Ladies won their first league match on Saturday 4th Oct at Kings Park. It was A hard fought encounter, but the Kukris Ladies came out 10-5 winners against HKCC. Ellie Ngan Kee scored both tries. The Ladies will be playing again on the 11th Oct at 18:00 against HKFC at Shek Kip Mei. The full League schedule is here, but is liable to change.
For details of a new HKRFU Course, please see our First Aid page here
Support HK Scottish as part of their Ball Retrieval Team and earn $50
As the junior club for HKS, Flying Kukris players in age groups U11 upwards, have the opportunity to support HKS through the Premiership season, by joining the ball retrieval team for their home matches. Normally they require 8 players per game and are at Shek Kip Mei for further details please click here. Although not guaranteed it will work the same way this year, four Flying Kukris members of the HKS ball retrieval team, where selected for ball retrieval duties at the HK Sevens, for the last three years. The HK Sevens ball retrieval team have free access to the stadium, meal allowance, souvenir rugby ball and can meet the players. If you are interested to help, please let me know at [email protected] This is suitable for players in age groups U11 upwards.
The Schedule for the girls touch tournament at the beach festival on Saturday 11 October at Repulse Bay Beach is here
HKS Kukris Ladies Pick Up First Silverware of the Season
Saturday 6th September was the start of the season with the Hong Kong Scottish Day at King’s Park. The new look HKS Kukris, with recent recruits from the UK and several graduates from last year’s under-18s, had a fantastic day, albeit after a slow start. A narrow loss to Gai Wu was followed by good wins over HK Football Club, Kowloon and Causeway Bay. In spite of the heat, the girls managed to dispatch a vintage Valley side in the semi-final, before soundly beating Tigers in the final and winning the competition. More celebration was the order of the day as Rachel Fong was deemed to be the Most Outstanding Player of the Day from the Women’s games.
The HKS men also made their final, but were unable to overcome a strong Valley side.
USRC Tigers took the Bowl crown after beating out HKCC.
All in all a great start to the season for the club.
Donation to Philippines RFU
We have recently donated some unused FK jerseys and shorts to the Philippine RFU. The kit was handed over at the Philippines vs South Korea A5N game. A letter of appreciation from the PRFU can be found here. As you might notice from the letter, the PRFU are looking for further items of kit especially rugby boots. If you have spare boots, can I suggest you bring them to HKIEd SC when training restarts at the end of August (date to be confirmed).
As you may have noticed, this website was down on the 3rd June 2014. This was because the entire website has been rebuilt and was up-loaded on that day. The appearance remains similar to before, however the management of the site is now easier and the amount of server space we are using has decreased from almost 20GB (the server limit for our plan) to 140MB. This will allow us to build up a much bigger photo gallery over the coming years. Team managers / Coaches will still be able to Login and update their team pages, but will have to re-register to get access. The photo gallery is available here
Asian Four Nations
Ex Flying Kukris player and current Flying Kukris Coach, Rosie Fong on her way to scoring her third try in the A4N match against Singapore on the 24th May.
2014 Flying Kukris AGM and end of season awards
Congratulations to David Holden, Kathi Jones and Sam Samesekara on joining the Committee as Head of Youth, Membership and Head of Coaching Development respectively.
Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament 2014 Girls Sevens
We welcome back the U18 7's Girls Squad after their weekend in Japan successfully competing in the SANIX World Youth Tournament. Under the watchful eye of Coach Andy Yuen and HKSI Elite 7's Coach Anna Richards the girls performed brilliantly in what was tough competition and schedule.
The squad started strongly with a 7-0 victory against local high school Kobe Kohoku. Try by Gracie Mann and Conversion Victoria. Fukuoka Ladies were next in the girl's sights but they unfortunately went down 12-31 - Try Jade / Emily Tuck. Conversion Victoria. The third game saw our girls take on New Zealanders from Fielding High School where again the result didn't go our way; 0-26. Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute from Canada were the fourth team to stand in the way and, in an impressive turnaround from the disappointment of game three, the girls thrashed the Canadians 31-0 setting up a 5-6th place game against Iwami Chisuikan High School from Japan. In a tightly fought game the girls gave their all just losing out 14-17 to finish in 6th.
Ref and Coaching courses
Want to be a whistle-blower?
Details of the HKRFU Run coaching courses can be found here. Most are at South Island School [50 Nam Fung Rd, Aberdeen (above the South portal of the Aberdeen Tunnel)].
Should you wish to attend please apply direct to the HKRFU, the club will reimburse the cost.
Sevens Ticket refund
For those that did not get their full request for Sevens tickets and are due a refund, please click here for details
9th March 2014
The weekend was a fantastic weekend for Flying Kukris who collected silverware at many age groups & a number of others coming runner up. The results include:
U14 Girls won the Bowl
U16 Girls won the Cup
U19 Girls won the Bowl
U14 Colts Div 2 Plate Final Runner's Up
U16 Colts Div 2 won the Cup
U19 Colts Div 2 Cup Final Runner's Up.
In addition in the minis at the Richard Hawkes & Kim Lam Finals at Football club we had a fantastic effort by the girls & mixed teams both playing in their respective plate finals on the main pitch at the same time.
U12 Girls Plate Final runners up
U12 Mixed Plate Final runners up
Fantastic effort and congratulations to everyone.
23rd Feb. U14 Girls and u16 Girls beat Football Club
to win the Bowl and Plate respectively.
Non-Verbal Scrum Command - iRB Directive
The iRB has changed the command for the scrumhalf to put the ball into the scrum.
With immediate effect, all referees in Hong Kong have been notified to use a ‘non-verbal’ command to allow the scrumhalf to put the ball into the scrum. It has been agreed by the HKRFU and HKSRFUR that all our referees will use the same command which is outlined below.
When the referee is on the same side as the scrumhalf feeding the ball, he/she will tap the scrumhalf on the right shoulder to indicate the ball can be put into the scrum. When the referee is on the opposite side to the scrumhalf, he/she will use eye contact or a nod of the head to indicate the ball can be put into the scrum. On this command, the scrumhalf must feed the ball without delay. The sanction for not complying with this law will remain the same (free kick to the non-offending team).
Please read the press release from the iRB here
HK Scottish Kukris Pick Up First Silverware
The new HK Scottish Kukris ladies team picked up their first silverware recently as they took home the Bowl at Gai Wu Ladies Tens Tournament, beating out Valley 15-0 in the final...
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