Who are the CHK Dragons?
The CHK Dragons are a developmental side consisting of Hong Kong players of Chinese origin. Set up in 2015, they currently compete in Sunday League cricket, and have represented Hong Kong at the 2016 and 2018 Men's East Asia Cup. Players in the Dragon's squad also compete in Saturday League cricket, either representing CHK Pioneers or CCC Hung See. Several players have gone on to take part in the T20 Blitz, with a few having even been selected for the Hong Kong 'A' Team.
Nov 2015 - Hong Kong cricketer Li Kai-ming becomes first Chinese player in Australia's Big Bash League Twenty20 tournament
Dec 2016 - Dragons player Jason Lui named in Hong Kong's squad for Australian Tour
Sept 2017 - CHK Dragons stun HKCC Optimists in Elite League win
Sept 2018 - Henry Siu hits first ever century at CHK Cricket Center at GDB
Nov 2018 - Dragons bowl out DLSW DTC for 46
Dec 2018 - Three CHK Dragons players named in HK Men's 'A' Squad
Nov 2019 - Dragons beat SLCC Lions by 7 wickets
CHK Dragons Academy
Set up in 2019, the Dragon's Academy is designed to provide a pathway for promising young cricketers into club cricket, with the goal of increasing the number of Chinese-origin cricketers participating in our leagues. In 2019-20 the Dragons Academy entered one team into each of the Under-11 and Under-13 leagues, and are looking forward to increasing that number in the years to come.
If you would like to join the CHK Dragons, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details and a summary of your past playing experience
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