Don't tell anybody
DANNY boy did not want his employer to know that he picked us up at the airport. He was supposed to transport only rugby players but as a kind gesture, offered us a lift under one condition, 'Don't tell anybody'.
THE USA Eagles have landed in Hong Kong for the Cathay Pacific HSBC Hong Kong Sevens tournament. Laced with players such as Carlin Isles — one of the fastest players in world rugby — the Eagles are out to stamp their mark after finishing as bowl runners-up last year.
EXPECT sprinters like Usain Bolt in the Jamaican rugby sevens team as they make their debut at the Hong Kong 7s this weekend. Jamaica is the 52nd nation to be part of the tournament since its inception in 1976. The Jamaicans will be hoping to be jamming on their debut year. They will compete in the 12-team pre-qualifier competition.
Serevi in HK
THE Sunday Morning Post had a picture of the legendary Waisale Serevi on its front page of the sports section. Serevi, who is in Hong Kong was conducting rugby clinics with young rugby players at Kings Park. He was joined by IRB all-time points scorer Ben Gollings and all-time try scorer Santiago Gomez Cora.