Hong Kong Cricket Club

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The Hong Kong Cricket Club in Wong Nai Chung Gap.

They are members of the 2017 Hong Kong Premiership. Hong Kong Cricket Club is a cricket as well as rugby union club based in Hong Kong. The rugby team plays in the HKRFU Premiership. They were renamed Leighton Asia HKCC for sponsorship reasons. 9,000-capacity Aberdeen Sports Ground is their home for rugby union matches. The rugby union team's current official name is Herbert Smith Freehills HKCC.

The Hong Kong Cricket Club was founded in 1851[1].

The club has a Tavern, two bars and The Willow Room Restaurant, which serves Chinese cuisine as part of its complex.[2]

Notable players[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.hkcc.org/index.aspx
  2. ^ "Introduction to the Club".