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Match report vs Valley

Bloomberg Hong Kong Scottish took on Societe Generale Valley on Saturday the 20th of January in the final home match of the regular season. HKS went into the game full of confidence after a convincing win versus HKCC the week before but it was Valley who started well with a try in the early stages. HKS scored off a rolling maul with Jack Parfitt as the beneficiary. Valley scored a further 2 tries which extended their lead to 25 - 8, this sparked the Scots into life and Jack Parfitt scored his second try of the match and substitute back rower Loveni Enari scored off another driving maul taking the score to a nail biting 22 - 25 in favour of Valley with minutes left on the clock. 

HKS had a number of chances to score in the final minutes after refusing a penalty shot at goal to draw the match in favour of taking the line out near Valley’s try line, but Valley held firm and after the 3rd attempt at a lineout drive in the corner, the hosts were held up over the try line and referee Tim Baker signaled that time was up, final score 25 - 23 to Valley. HKS take on Kowloon on Saturday the 27th of January at Kings Park 1 with a 15:00 kick off time. 

HKS Nomads extended their winning run by beating a strong Valley Knights team 27 - 21. Tries by the Welsh trio - Ben Cullen, Jack Cullen and Jack Morris helped the Nomads on their way to victory. 

HKS Kukris had a convincing 81-0 win over Tigers, Vera Lau was on fire and scored 6 tiries in the match, Myron Ng scored twice and Karis Cheung, Sophie Lai, Yuen Fung, Man Ling and Holly Yuen all scored tries. Karis Cheung converted 7 tries taking her personal tally to 19 points for the afternoon. 

HKS Bravehearts saw the return of a number of former 1st XV players from years past turn out against Valley Mavericks including Dave Whiteford, Lachlan Chubb, Alex Kaihu and Danny Moussa but their experience couldn’t help the Bravehearts to victory as they went down 29 - 12. 

HKS Phoenixes had a solid 17 -12 victory over Valley Mai Jai, this result sees them secure their top of the table status with a 5 point gap between 2nd place.