Khalsa Retake the Lead with Narrow Victory over Singh Sabha Sports Club

Intense play between SSSC-A (Orange) and Khalsa-A during their HKHA Premier-A Division match at King’s Park on Sunday Feb 5. Khalsa hit back from 3-1 down at half time to win the match 4-3. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times).
Intense play between SSSC-A (Orange) and Khalsa-A during their HKHA Premier-A Division match at King’s Park on Sunday Feb 5. Khalsa hit back from 3-1 down at half time to win the match 4-3. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times).

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