Hong Kong Rout Fighting Sri Lanka…

Hong Kong kept their unbeaten record intact when they inflicted a 41 points (six tries, four goal and one penalty) to 10 points (one tries, one goal and one penalty) win over Sri Lanka in their Asian Five Nations 2014 Division I match played at Race Course ground. At half time Hong Kong led 29-0.

Hong Kong Fly half Christopher Mcadam who opened scoring a penalty in the 2th minute of play. Led 3-0.

Thereafter prop Hon Sum Leon scored a try, Converted by Christopher Mcadam and Hong Kong led 10-0.
In the fifteen minute winger Thomas Mcqueen another try, conversion miss by Christopher Mcadam. Hong Kong led 15-0.
Prop Hon sum Leon scored his second try, converted by Christopher Mcadam. Hong Kong led 22-0.

One minute before in there half time Hong Kong Flanker Matthew Lamming scored a try, converted by Christopher Mcadam. At half time scores read as Hong Kong led 29 -0.

In the 10 minute of the second half Hong Kong Captain and flanker Nicholas Hewson a try and conversion by Christopher Mcadam.Hong Kong led 36-0.

In the 25 minute Sri Lanka Full back Nuwan Hettiarachchi converted a penalty, scores read as Hong Kong 36 and Sri Lanka 3.

Hong Kong reserve player Nicholas Wheatley scored a try in the 35th minute. Hong Kong led by 41-3.

In the 39th Sri Lanka Centre Danuska Ranjan score a try and conversion by full back Huwan Hettiarachchi. Full time score is Hong Kong 41 and Sri Lanka 10.

Matched referee by Azar Yusuf from Singapore.