Sai Kung Stingrays takes part in monthly inter-club tournaments during each season as well as sending teams on tour to compete in overseas competitions.

Each Hong Kong-based tournament is hosted by a different club on a Sunday, at venues including King’s Park, the HK Football Club and Sandy Bay. All mini Stingrays players from U6-U11 can play.  

Your coaches and team manager will post the tournament details on Team Snap and will confirm specific match timings nearer the time. Please make sure you advise them of your child’s availability.

On tournament days, there is no minis training at Sai Kung Stadium.

Mini Rugby Tournament Schedule 2018/2019



Sunday 28 October

King’s Park

Sunday 18 November

Stanley Ho Sports Ground,
Sandy Bay

Sunday 2 December

King’s Park

Sunday 20 January

King’s Park

Sunday 24 Feburary

Stanley Ho Sports Ground

Sunday 17 March

HKFC & Happy Valley



When the girls and boys reach U12 level, they are entered into the Kim Lam and Richard Hawkes tournaments respectively. Each team is entered into an A or B league and earn points according to whether they win, draw or lose each match they play in a particular round. The team with the least points in League A at the end of a round is relegated to League B for the subsequent round and the team who wins the most points in League B is promoted to League A for the subsequent round. Finals are played at the end of the season, with silverware given to the winning teams.


Dates for both the Kim Lam and Richard Hawkes tournaments may be subject to change.
Specific match times will be confirmed nearer the date of each round by your team manager.


Kim Lam/Richard Hawkes Tournament Schedule 2018/2019



Round 1: Sunday, 28 October

Happy Valley # 1 & 6

Round 2: Sunday, 18 November

HV # 1 & 6

Round 3: Sunday 2 December

HV # 1 & 6

Round 4: Sunday, 20 January

HV # 1 & 6

Round 5: Sunday, 24 February

HV # 1 & 6

Finals: Sunday, 17 March

HV # 1 & 6



Youth teams from U13 upwards play in weekly leagues with one match per Sunday rather than multi-match tournaments. Matches take place at various venues across Hong Kong. Please ensure your child communicates via Team Snap as to his/her availability for each match.


The highlight of the girls’ rugby calendar is the annual All-Girls Rugby Tournament, which is hosted by the Sai Kung Stingrays. This year, it will be taking place from 29-30 March 2019 at Kings Park, Kowloon, and will see all age groups from U6 through to U19 participating as well as teams from overseas.


Many thanks to our wonderful tournament sponsors - Instinet, Kukri, Slaughter & May and Malvern College. 

Malvern College Hong Kong (MCHK) inherits its rich heritage and ethos from Malvern College UK, a co-educational day and boarding school founded in 1865.  Renowned for its innovative approach to education, the school was one of the first in the UK to adopt the IB Diploma programme.  Leveraging Malvern College UK’s 25+ years’ experience in IB teaching, the Hong Kong campus seeks to offer a globally accepted and well-established curriculum. The school also adopts Malvern College’s inclusive, personalised philosophy of nurturing every child’s individual strengths and abilities, under the guidance of dedicated and highly qualified teachers.  MCHK is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years and Middle Years Programmes and is pursuing authorisation as an IB World School.  The school places strong emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and all pupils learn Mandarin and simplified Chinese.


Malvern College Hong Kong provides the ethos of a traditional British boarding school within a contemporary day school setting.  At its core is the provision of small class sizes, personal tutors, and strong pastoral care within a house system.  MCHK ensures that each pupil maintains a keen academic focus and also benefits from a rounded education which attaches significant importance to co-curricular activities including art, drama, sports, music, and service within the community and beyond.  The school is also the first school in the territory to run the Forest School programme. Led by qualified Level 3 practitioners, pupils build confidence, self-awareness, and social skills, while learning about the natural world through their experiences in a woodland environment.


Located adjacent to the Hong Kong Science Park, MCHK opened its doors in August 2018 and will ultimately provide 1,000 places for Primary and Secondary pupils.  The school also offers the opportunity for pupils to study at The Downs Malvern from Year 7 and Malvern College UK from Year 9 (subject to fulfilling relevant entry requirements).

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