- Last Updated: 10 March 2014
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).
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- Last Updated: 03 December 2013
Welcome to what will be another fantastic year for the club, our 27th season. As in past few years training will continue at the HKIEd facility and we can build on the great success of last year when our kids achieved some fantastic results throughout the season and most importantly had lots of fun in doing so.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continuing support of the club and for their efforts in helping run and organize the club, the club is very much run by Members who voluntarily give up their time in order that we can deliver on our mission of providing a safe and fun environment for kids to play & enjoy rugby. There are many volunteers involved in our club – coaches, coaching assistants, team managers, festival organizers, kit room volunteers, tea & cake stand volunteers & not forgetting those who serve on our committee – many thanks to all of you, we could not continue without your help.