The active player of the Valley Black Ladies is a coach of the Under-14 Sandy Bay youth girls’ team.
The self-taught athlete will head to Europe next year to take part in more challenging races.
The 16-year-old St Margaret’s Co-educational School student follows a gruelling training schedule and represents the city at international events.
The fast-bowler will bowl on Friday, with his team at 240 after their turn at bat.
Lau Yee-hang, currently ranked no. 4 in his division in Hong Kong, may not be a jedi, but he's made his dreams of dueling come true.
Lee, 23, becomes second Hong Kong player to win men’s singles crown despite riot police and protesters battling outside the Coliseum.
The 19-year-old Pakistani player for Happy Valley won't let anything stop him from reaching his dreams.
After failing to reach his Asian Games goal last year, Hong Kong teen Wesley Ng has stayed afloat and proven himself a worthy team captain.
Hong Kong junior national team member Victoria Lo Wing-lam couldn't find the resources she needed in the city, so she decided to head west.
The teen currently holds three junior men's records and is a two-time winner of the Outstanding Athlete Award at the BOCHK Bauhinia Bowl Awards.