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Hong Kong Super League kicks off this weekend

The Pacific Toa are set to start their title defence this May 25 when the third Hong Kong Super League kicks off at King’s Park in Kowloon.

The Toa will return for a second season in Hong Kong’s Premier Domestic competition, joining the Wanchai Warriors and Oreana University Storm in the three team club competition.

The opening game of the season will kick off on May 25 with the Oreana University Storm set to take on the defending Premiers, with each club to play each other twice before the competition Final on July 20.

The Warriors, who have been runners up in the past two Finals, will be hoping for third time lucky in 2019, as they represent the hopes of Hong Kong Island’s North Shore, whilst the Storm look to build on a successful first season.

2019 Hong Kong Super League Draw:
Saturday 25 May, King’s Park
7.30pm : Pacific Toa v Oreana University Storm

Saturday 1 June, King’s Park
7.30pm : Wanchai Warriors v Oreana University Storm

Saturday 8 June, King’s Park
7.30pm : Pacific Toa v Wanchai Warriors

Saturday 22 June, Tin Shui Wai
7.30pm : Pacific Toa v Oreana University Storm

Saturday 6 July, King’s Park
7.30pm : Wanchai Warriors v Oreana University Storm

Saturday 13 July, King’s Park
7.30pm : Pacific Toa v Wanchai Warriors

Saturday 20 July, King’s Park
7.30pm : Grand Final

Previous Hong Kong Super League Champions:
2018: Pacific Toa 44 – 24 Wanchai Warriors
2017: Kowloon Tigers 41 – 22 Wanchai Warriors

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