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 and is the oldest cricket club in Asia. The Club has provided Cricket, Sports & Recreational activities for over 160 years in Hong Kong.[1]

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

2012-2013 Squad[edit]

Bold denotes international players

Head Coach - Fiji Deacon Manu

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Brad Emslie Hooker South Africa South Africa
Tom Mutch Hooker Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tony Falso Hooker United States United States
Jamie Tsang Hooker England England
Jack Nielsen Prop New Zealand New Zealand
Rohan Cook Prop Australia Australia
Chris Baines Prop England England
James Wood Prop Hong Kong Hong Kong
Siua T-Pole Prop Tonga Tonga
Owain Jones Lock Wales Wales
Mark Komar Lock Hong Kong Hong Kong
Andrew Hall Lock Scotland Scotland
Renaud Chavanis Lock Hong Kong Hong Kong
John Bresler Lock South Africa South Africa
Andrew Bridle Lock Canada Canada
Damian Bailey Flanker South Africa South Africa
Isaac Stewart Flanker Hong Kong Hong Kong
Jiyann Daemi Flanker Scotland Scotland
Bill Brant Flanker Hong Kong Hong Kong
Matthew Lamming Flanker England England
Andrew Dailly Flanker Hong Kong Hong Kong
Gareth Rees Number 8 England England
Simon Leung Number 8 Hong Kong Hong Kong
Richard de Gruchy Number 8 New Zealand New Zealand
Player Position Union
Ian Wilson Scrum-half Scotland Scotland
Kenneth Hsieh Scrum-half Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tom Marshall Scrum-half Australia Australia
Ed Haynes Fly-half Hong Kong Hong Kong
Joe Li Fly-half Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tim Bowles Centre England England
Robin Lee Centre England England
Peter Fisher Centre England England
Jamie Robinson Centre England England
Ant Haynes Centre Hong Kong Hong Kong
Hugo Marland Wing England England
Simon Smith Wing Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tom McQueen Wing Hong Kong Hong Kong
Alex McQueen Wing Hong Kong Hong Kong
Tom Nelson Wing England England
Brad Raper Wing Scotland Scotland
Nick Wheatley Fullback England England

Notable players[edit]