The Hong Kong's 12-strong squad take part in final preparations for the upcoming Asian Youth Games.
Hong Kong's girls' rugby players are making final preparations before the 12-strong squad for this month's Asian Youth Games is announced next week.

Game For Anything - Lacrosse

The fast-paced sport of lacrosse proved to be quite a challenge for our sports reporter Kevin.
Kevin Kung hones his lacrosse skills.
I am only good at individual racquet sports, so I was pretty scared when I found out I'd be taking part in lacrosse, a fast-paced team sport invented by ...
Members of the under-16 squad show off their handball moves in San Po Kong.
The Hong Kong boys' handball team members are facing lots of obstacles as they prepare for the Asian Youth Games.
Lam Siu-hang, Li Hon-ming, Natalie Lam, and Karen Doo flanked by their coaches.
The city's table tennis team will send its best junior players to the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing next month. Shortlisted players had to play a round robin ...
(From left) Fencers Edgar Cheung, Joey Lau, Debbie Ho, and Ryan Choi
Hong Kong will have three foil fencers and one epee fencer competing at next month's Asian Youth Games in Nanjing.
Mega Ice coach Norman Chin (right) teaches YP reporter Wong Yei-hei
Ice hockey is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. Players bang into each other all the time. When I heard I was going to train with ...
Raef Morrison (centre, with ball) in action against Chinese-Taipei
The Hong Kong team won last Sunday's inaugural Asian School Boys Rugby Sevens Championship, but their celebrations were tinged with sadness.

Game For Anything - Ice Hockey

Hei cools down by lacing up his skates, grabbing a helmet and getting onto the ice to learn all about ice hockey.
Nanjing-bound Hong Kong team, from left, Kitty Tam, Mimi Ho, coach Ducky Tang, Michael Wong and Leonard Ho.
Hong Kong is sending four golfers to the Asian Youth Games (AYG) in Nanjing next month. This is the first time the 2016 Olympic sport will be included in the ...