‘I don’t think I was ready for a desk job’: Harry Sayers talks club and Hong Kong ahead of Asia Rugby Championship

//‘I don’t think I was ready for a desk job’: Harry Sayers talks club and Hong Kong ahead of Asia Rugby Championship

‘I don’t think I was ready for a desk job’: Harry Sayers talks club and Hong Kong ahead of Asia Rugby Championship

Hong Kong continues to unearth and lure eligible, high-end rugby players to the city to suit up for club and country.The latest acquisition has been Surrey, United Kingdom native Harry Sayers, who made his South China Tigers debut on Sunday in the Global Rapid Rugby league against the Western Force. The Tigers lost their final match of Andrew Forrest’s condensed showcase series 40-16 at the Aberdeen Sports Complex.However, Sayers proves the future of local rugby remains bright as the Hong Kong…

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