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Valiant Hong Kong finish second to strong Malaysian side in the U23 Tuanku Ja'afar Tournament.

Hong Kong retains Tuanku Ja'afar U19 Cup.

Tuanku Ja'afar U13 tournament details announced.

International programme for 1998 announced.

Gunn & Moore reaffirm their desire to support Hong Kong cricket by providing equipment to Hong Kong Young Dragon of the Year and Hong Kong Young Cricketer of the Year.

HK U19 Squad

Hong Kong perform brilliantly at the Youth Asia Cup

and complete a comfortable victory over Nepal in the Plate Final. But

the team - arguably the second best in the competition - is disappointed

not to make it to the Youth World Cup after a narrow loss to Bangladesh

in the semi final rounds.

Mohammed Zubair takes a hat-trick as awesome Hong Kong beat South Africa and India to win the Bowl at the New T & T / Cathay Pacific Hong International Cricket Sixes.

Young Hong Kong team finish second in Beijing Sixes.

The Hong Kong Under 15 team thus become the first team to represent Hong Kong after the historic event when they travel to Singapore on 9 July for the Tuanku Jaafar U15 Cup. Hot on their heels are the Hong Kong Emerging Players who leave for a 9 day tour of Sri Lanka on 17 July.

1998 International Programme

Hong Kong Team

  • Hong Kong Sixes - 26-27 September
  • ACC Trophy, Nepal - October
  • Tuanku Jaafar Cup, Hong Kong - 6-10 December

Hong Kong Emerging Players

  • Arafura Games, Darwin - May (t.b.c.)
  • Tuanku Jaafar U23 Cup, Singapore, 25-28 June

Hong Kong Dragons

  • Shanghai Sixes, Shanghai - June
  • Beijing Sixes, Beijing - September

Hong Kong Under 19

  • Tuanku Ja'afar U19 Cup, Malaysia, 9-12 April

Hong Kong Under 15

  • Tuanku Ja'afar U15 Cup, Thailand, 10-13 December

Hong Kong Under 13

  • Tuanku Ja'afar U13 Cup, Singapore, 16-19 April