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Typhoon Megi, may not have materialized over the weekend, but DEA were

caught up in a whirlwind at Kings Park on Friday night, as Tradition

Valley put the erstwhile league leaders to the sword, skewering them

with an emphatic 65-3 win.

Valley wing, Yui Kam Shing, Saloom, was the harbinger of doom for the

DEA side, who, on the day were simply outclassed by last years Division

One champions.

Saloom scored five tries, the first after only 8 minutes, in what was a

one sided match. Despite a few valiant incursions into enemy territory,

DEA couldn't quite get the continuity required to breach Valley's


There were two yellow cards in the game, the first for DEA on 13 minutes

for a high tackle, and the second for Valley No 8 Anton Osborne, on 31

minutes, for not rolling away.

This emphatic win for Valley was built on a simple game plan, use a

couple of phases to soften up the midfield and then spread the ball out

quickly to the wings, notably Saloom, and use the space and superior

pace to keep the scoreboard kicking over.

The word endeavour contains the letters DEA, but on this showing,

there's not the necessary endeavour in this DEA side to be challenging

for honors at the end of the season.

G4S Division 1

DeA Tigers v Tradition Valley


Newedge Club Drags v Leighton Asia HKCC


Newedge Club v Amadeus Causeway Bay


Tradition Valley Black v Altus Kowloon


G4S Division 2

Newedge Club Scorps v Amadeus Causeway Bay Sharks


Altus Kowloon II v PLA Securitas


Tradition Valley Mustangs v DeA II


HKCC Exiles v Nomads


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