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Thanks to a new sports charity, 14-year-old Form Three student Tsang Tsz-ho got the chance to take up a brand new sport, and play it with celebrities like Hacken Lee Hak-kan.
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Stone Shek (left) and Calvin Ng take a break on the pommel horse
Impressive performances in competition have helped gymnasts to regain their place among Hong Kong's elite athletes...
Hong Kong schoolboy stars (from left) Dixon Lam, Summer Shek, Monkey Lo, Wong Sheung-choi and Eric Ching
Twenty young footballers will represent Hong Kong at the All China Secondary Schools Students' Games in Bautao...
(from left) Cheng Yui-fai, Ho Ping-kwan, Mui Pik-sum, Jonathan To Sik-lok, Crystal Ng Wing-kei
Our young athletes are ready for the challenge. Members of the Hong Kong delegation will participate in all nine sports...
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So Chun-yin needs no advice from teen self-help book Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on the pitch. The young footballer definitely does not lack confidence in front of goal...
Winners of Young Post match tickets celebrate with Kitchee's spanish midfielder, Jose Maria Diaz (blue shirt)
The Hong Kong Stadium staged a wonderful fund-raising match for Japan between the reigning local league champion Kitchee and Spanish Team Villarreal...
The boat-racing event featured fun activities for students at Aberdeen Village
As they lower their boat onto the water before the race, the athletes remain silent. They are not just going to race; they are honouring the "dragon god"...
Andy Yee Hon-fai, a 16-year-old basketball player from La Salle College, is a towering presence on the court and an essential part of his school team's success.
Andy Yee Hon-fai is tall - very tall. At 1.93 metres, he is a commanding presence both on the basketball court and in school...
Juanita Mok Uen-ying performs some skillful tai chi jian moves with a sword.
Hua Mulan seems to have been reborn in a 16-year-old Hong Kong student. Just like the legendary heroine, Juanita Mok Uen-ying is tough as nails...
Kitchee vs Villarreal - Tickets, tickets! And a chance to interview a Spanish player!
Volleyball players (from left) Alex Chan Chi-wai, Siu Cheong-hung and Wong Ho-kiu normally compete against each other but will stand on the same side of the net for Hong Kong in Inner Mongolia.
Nothing could be further from the truth for Hong Kong's junior "volleyball kings" as they head for the All China Secondary School Students' Games...