Hong Kong Win Interport Game Against Macau

Association Football—Hong Kong
By Allan Jackson
Allan Jackson
Allan Jackson
November 18, 2015 Updated: November 18, 2015

HONG KONG—The Interport game between Hong Kong and Macau was played on Saturday Nov 14 at Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground. Despite Hong Kong creating the majority of the chances in the first half, the teams went into the half time break scoreless. Hong Kong settled the game with two second half goals, the first in the 63rd minute when Hui Ka-lok finished after receiving a pass from Lee Ka-yiu, and the second in the 79th minute when Philip Chan headed in via the post from Michael Luk’s free kick.

HKFA Divisions
In the first division, Tai Po were 2-1 winners against Citizen in the only game played.
HKFC lead the table with 20 points from 9 games, with Citizen second with 18 points from 9 games, and Sun Hei and Yau Tsim Mong joint third on 17 points from 9 and 8 games respectively.

In the second division, Sparta Rotterdam Mutual were 2-nil victors over Happy Valley, Sham Shui Po won 3-2 against Tuen Mun, Eastern District won 4-1 against Kwong Wah, Kwok Keung drew nil-all with Kowloon City, Tung Sing won 3-2 against Sai Kung, and Tsuen Wan won 4-2 against Tuen Mun FC.
Eastern District lead the table on 21 points from 9 games, with Sham Shui Po second on 19 points from 8 matches and Sai Kung and Sparta Rotterdam Mutual third with 16 points from 9 matches.

In the third division, Wing Go Fu Moon were 4-1 victors over Rex Global North District, Central & Western were 3-1 winners against Ornament, KCDRSC won against Kowloon City, KCC were 5-nil victors over HKFYG, St Joseph’s drew nil-all with Sun International, Fukien drew 2-all with New Fair Kui Tan, GFC Friends drew nil-all with King Mountain, and Hoi King were 4-nil victors over Telecom.
Central and Western lead the table with 28 points, with Hoi King second with 27 points.

Yau Yee League
In the first division, Wanderers won 3-2 against Albion, The Store House Squadron were 4-1 winners against Baker Tilly Spartans, KCC Dragons won 1-nil against USRC, Colts were 2-1 victors over HKU70’s, and GAS were 2-1 winners against Swiss XI.
GAS lead the table with 24 points from 9 games, Wanderers are second with 22 points, Albion and KCC Dragons are joint third with 21 points.

In the second division, Azzurri were 5-1 victors over University, GGFC were 3-1 winners against IUSC (Tai Po), IES won 4-3 against WYFC06, French Kiss were 3-nil victors over the Store House Hearts, KCC Knights were 1-nil winners over Antonhill, and Colloids FC drew 1-allwith Boca Seniors.
KCC Knights lead the table with 21 points, with Azzurri second with 20 points, French Kiss are third on 18 points, and GGFC fourth on 17 points, all from 9 games.

In the third division, CSOB were 3-2 victors over HKUSA, Green Cypress FC were 2-1 winners against HOB, Yan Po won 1-nil against Grasshoppers, Goal Visio were 4-nil victors over Dynamo, CAPS were 1-nil winners against HKSS, and ANP won 3-1 against White Youth.
Dynamo lead the table with 21 points from 9 games, with Yan Po second with 20 points from 9 games.

In the fourth division, Darts won 4-2 against WYFC84, Rising Sun were 3-nil winners against Hung Art, Outward Bound were 1-nil victors over Bapcoll, Power 22 were beaten 1-nil by Scorpions, and Maccabi HK were 1-nil victors over Skyline.
Maccabi HK lead the table with 24 points from 9 games, with Friends of Barclays second with 22 points from 8 matches, Scorpions third with 19 points, and Outward Bound fourth with 18 points, both from 9 games.

Allan Jackson has been involved in soccer for more than 40 years as a player, referee, administrator and freelance writer.