Heading down to King’s Park on a gloomy wet Sunday was not my idea of a fun weekend as I dragged my camera equipment, lugging it on one shoulder while holding an umbrella as I battled the elements in windy and blustery conditions.
Khalsa-A bounced back with a vengeance in their Premier-A game on Sunday Feb 28, after dropping points to HKFC-A the previous week, by thrashing KNS-A 10-0. This keeps Khalsa firmly on track for the HKHA Premier League title with 45points to their credit, 3points ahead of second placed HKFC-A, with an un-played fixture against Pak-A in hand.
Khalsa-A’s new year began as 2015 ended, by staying firmly on top of the Premier League standings in formidable fashion after an emphatic 5-1 win over Hong Kong Football Club-A (Club) last Sunday Jan 17 in a thriller at—the Sports Road venue.
HONG KONG—The Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier Division 2014-2015 matches finished on Sunday Feb 8 with another thrilling encounter between the two clubs leading the division Khlasa-A and SSSC-A, after Punjab-A had points deducted for an infringement of the bye-laws.
HONG KONG—Khalsa-A will play Singh Sabha Sports Club (SSSC-A) in a decider for the Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier Division 2014-2015 title when they meet for their final league match of the season at King’s Park tomorrow, Sunday Feb 8.
HONG KONG—With 3-players in their side that will soon travel to Canada to play in the Canadian summer league, Punjab-A gave Khalsa-A, considered to be the current top team in Hong Kong, a real test in the HKHA Premier division on Sunday Feb 1, 2015.
HONG KONG—In the Hong Kong Hockey Association Premiership Khalsa-A, SSSC-A and Punjab-A all won their matches last Sunday Jan 25 retaining their respective positions in the Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier-A Division league.
HONG KONG—Khalsa-A put on another devastating display of top class hockey last Sunday Jan 11, in their Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier-A Division match, to defeat KNS-A 12-0 at the King’s Park Hockey Ground.
HONG KONG—Khalsa-A won their match with Punjab-A last Sunday Dec. 14 to move into second place in the Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier Division standings and just 1-point behind leaders SSSC-A. Punjab-A have now dropped to 3rd place and are 3-points below the leaders at the half way stage of the HKFA Premier Division season.
HONG KONG—All of the top-3 men’s teams won their matches last weekend to maintain their respective positions in the table. Punjab-A and Singh Sabha Sports Club (SSS-A) are both on 25 points, but Punjab are ahead on goal difference. Punjab and SSC have only dropped 2-points by drawing when they played each other in their match on Oct. 26. Khalsa-A lost their match with SSC-A on Oct 19 and are now 3rd in the standings on 24-points but they are only 1-point behind the leaders.