Yau Tsim Mong Blitz Lucky Mile, GAS Draw with Wanderers to Stay Top

Association football—Hong Kong
December 2, 2015 Updated: December 2, 2015
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HONG KONG—The BOCG Life Premier League resumed with games on Saturday (Nov 28) between Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin and Hong Kong Pegasus at Hammer Hill Park Sports Ground, and South China against BC Rangers at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. While on Sunday (Nov 29) saw games between Dreams Metro Gallery and Kitchee at Sham Shui Po Sports Ground, and Yuen Long against Kwoon Chung Southern at the Yuen Long Stadium.

The game between Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin and Hong Kong Pegasus ended in a 2-all draw. Hong Kong Pegasus took the lead in the 23rd minute when Eduardo Praes finished from Lee Ka-yiu’s pass, whilst Liu Pui-fung equalised in the 33rd minute for Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin.
Admir Adrovic restored Hong Kong Pegasus’ lead in the 60th minute when he headed in Kwok Kin-pong’s cross, but Chiu Chun –kit equalised again in the 65th minute for Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin after Zhang Jin’s free kick had been saved.

In Saturday’s other game, South China were 2- nil victors over BC Rangers courtesy of a 39th minute strike by Manoel Santos from Chan Siu Ki’s cross, and an 83rd minute header from Awal Mahama from a Liang Zicheng cross.

On Sunday, Dreams Metro Gallery won 2-1 against Kitchee, scoring the first two goals in the 22nd minute when Clayton Afonso headed in Yiu Ho-ming’s corner, and the 32nd minute when Chiu Siu-kei finished from Kenji Fukada’s ball. Although Kitchee pulled a goal back in the 45th minute when Lam Ka-wai’s finished from Fernando Pedreira’s passl, Dreams Metro Gallery held on for the win.

In Sunday’s other game, Yuen Long took an early lead in the 3rd minute when Yip Tsz-chun headed home Lau Ka-ming’s cross, but Kwoon Chung Southern equalised in the 59th minute when Michael Luk finished from a Wellingsson Da Souza cross.

In a league of mixed numbers of games played, Eastern head the table with 13 points form 5 matches, with South China second with a 100% record of 12 points from 4 games, Dreams Metro Gallery are third with 10 points from 6 games, Hong Kong Pegasus fourth with 9 points from 6 games, and Kitchee fifth with 7 points from 4 matches.

In the first division, Sun Hei were 1-nil victors over Kwai Tsing, Shatin were 3-nil winners against Kwun Tong, Citizen won 5-3 against Wanchai, Tai Po were 3-nil victors over Tuen Mun, HKFC won 3-1 against Wing Yee, and Lucky Mile were beaten 5-nil by Yau Tsim Mong.
Tai Po lead the table with 25 points from 11 games, with Citizen second with 24 points, HKFC and Sun Hei joint third with 23 points from the same games, and Yau Tsim Mong fifth on 21 points from 10 games.

In the second division, Eastern District were 4-nil victors over Tsuen Wan, Sparta Rotterdam Mutual won 2-nil against Sai Kung, Sham Shui Po were 3-1 winners against Tuen Mun FC, Kwong Wah were 2-1 winners against Kwok Keung, Tung Sing won 5-nil against Tuen Mun, and Kowloon City were 1-nil victors over Happy Valley.

Eastern District lead the table on 24 points, with Sham Shui Po second on 23 points, and Sparta Rotterdam Mutual third with 22 points, all from 10 games played.

[color]In the third division, Hoi King were 3-1 victors over KCC, Central & Western were 3-1 against St Joseph’s, Rex Global North District won 2-1 against Fukien, Ornament were 1-nil voctors over Wing Go Fu Moon, GFC Friends were 3-2 winners against New Fair Kui Tan, Sun International drew 1-all with Telecom, KCDRSC were 4-1 winners against HKFYG, and Islands won 7-1 against King Mountain.

Central and Western lead the table with 34 points, with Hoi King second with 33 points.[/color]

Yau Yee League
In the first division, Albion returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win against HKU70’s , Wanderers drew 3-all with GAS in the top of the table clash, GAS taking a 2-nil first half lead before Wanderers fought back to lead in the second half, and Aaron Martindale equalising for GAS 2 minutes from time, KCC Dragons drew 2-all with Baker Tilly Spartans, Swiss XI won 9-1 against Colts, and The Store House Squadron were 2-1 winners against HKDC Mobsters.
GAS lead the table with 25 points from 10 games, with Wanderers second with 23 points, Albion are third with 21 points, and KCC dragons fourth on 20 points, all from the same games at the half way point of the league competition.

In the second division, French Kiss were 4-nil victors over IUSC (Tai Po), The Store House Hearts were beaten 4-nil by WYFC06, GGFC drew 2-all with IES, Colloids FC were 4-1 winners against Antonhill, in the top of the table clash KCC Knights were beaten 2-nil by Azzurri, and Universtiy drew 3-all with Boda Seniors.

French Kiss lead the table with 24 points, with Azzurri second with 23 points, and KCC Knights third on 22 points, all from 11 games.

In the third division, HKUSA were 3-1 victors over Yan Po, HOB were beaten 2-1 by Grasshoppers, ANP won 4-2 against HKSS, Goal Visio were 4-nil winners against CAPS, Dynamo were 6-5 victors over White Youth, and Green Cypress FC were beaten 3-nil by CSOB.
Dynamo lead the table with 24 points from 11 games, with Yan Po second with 23 points from the same games, and ANP third with 21 points from the same games.

In the fourth division, Scorpions drew 2-all with Standard Chartered, Rising Sun were 4- winners against Wah Yan, Maccabi HK drew 1-all with Darts, Friends of Barclays were 8-1 victors over Bapcaoll, Skyline won 3-2 against |Hung Art, and Outward Bound were beaten 5-nil by Power 22.

Friends of Barclays lead the table with 31 points from 11 games, with Maccabi HK second with 28 points from the same matches.

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