InfoFun DayAdmissionHSMC Distinguished ProfessorsMATBL
Back to News

The 2nd Inter-Residential Colleges Football Competition

27 April 2017

The 2nd Inter-Residential Colleges Football Competition


The 2nd Inter-Residential Colleges Football Competition was held on 10 and 27 Apr 2017 at Yuen Wo Playground and Pei Tau Playground respectively. Each Residential College formed a team of seven to join the competition.

After the first day of match, Wellness College scored two goals while playing against Amity College, and Mosaic College won with a result of 2:1 against Evergreen College.

Despite the rain during the final match, all soccer players spared no efforts and were determined to win. Residential College Masters, Associate Masters, tutors and student residents were excited and cheered the teams.

Finally, Mosaic College scored one goal playing against Wellness College and was  the champion of the competition. Wellness College was first runner-up. Amity College was second runner-up with a result of 2:0 against Evergreen College. Ma Tsz Lok, resident of Amity College, scored two goals at the final match to become the top scorer of the competition.

Congratulations to all winners on their achievements and thank you for the participation!

Champion team, Mosaic College, and Dr S K Choy, Associate Master of Mosaic College, Dr Ka Yi Ng and Mr Terry Cheung, tutors of Mosaic College.
Champion team, Mosaic College, and Dr S K Choy, Associate Master of Mosaic College, Dr Ka Yi Ng and Mr Terry Cheung, tutors of Mosaic College.
Dr S K Choy, Associate Master of Mosaic College, presented the medals and trophy cup to Wellness College, the first runner-up and Dr Paul Fung, Master of Wellness College.
Dr S K Choy, Associate Master of Mosaic College, presented the medals and trophy cup to Wellness College, the first runner-up and Dr Paul Fung, Master of Wellness College.
Dr Paul Fung, Master of Wellness College, presented the medals and trophy cup to Amity College, the second runner-up.
Dr Paul Fung, Master of Wellness College, presented the medals and trophy cup to Amity College, the second runner-up.