Feb 2016 - Winter League Summary.


The winter league is approaching the business end of the season with teams fighting it out to win the league title and to ensure they get a spot in the top 4 so they can take part in the play-offs. Many HKFC Squash teams are well positioned for the final push to ensure there is silverware coming back to the courts of sports road.

Division 2

Ho Fai Chiu’s HKFC 2B team is in 3rd place with chances of catching Young Player 2 in 2nd. HKFC 2A are in 4th place but there is a large gap between them and the 2B team. KCC 2A are the team to beat and look like winning the league outright. The 2B team has Raymond Chiu and Ho Fai Chiu ranked 4th and 5th respectively in the divisional rankings.

Division 3

HKFC 3 convened by Elliot Froidevaux are in 3rd place and are well set to get a playoff position and have a chance to catch table topping KCC. Eric Ho and Keith Frith are ranked 3rd and 6th in the league.

Division 4

HKFC 4 have carried forward their early season form to be second division 4 with Unknown 1 only one point ahead meaning it will be a close finish to the season with 5 teams all in contention. Karen Lau is currently unbeaten this season with six victories to her name.

Division 5

David Robinson’s HKFC 5 team is having a tough year in a strong division. A play-off position looks to be just outside of their reach.

Division 6

Julian Tanner’s 6B are in lying in second position with Kien Ng’s 6A team only 5 points behind with a game in hand. In a very tight division the play off places will go to the wire with 6 teams all in contention to get the 4 spots available. 6A’s Terry Lo is ranked in 4th position in the divisional rankings.

Division 7

The division 7 team’s good start has continued with them topping the table and being a full 17 points clear of second place. With only two lost matches all season they look to be cruising to league victory and will be favourites to do the double. Gergo Schlosser, Thomas Rhodes and Adrian Ng currently fill the top 3 positions in the divisional rankings with Gergo and Adrian yet to lose a match.


Division 8

HKFC 8 is sitting nicely in 3rd position with a small gap between them and the 4th position team. A playoff position looks to be guaranteed.  Julian Lironcourt is currently ranked 2nd in the league.

Division 9

Philip Ting’s division 9 team has only lost one match so far this season. The league is tightly contested but they now have a little cushion to make them favourites for the league title with a couple of big games still to be played which will decide the overall positioning. Andrew Wood is having an excellent season and is ranked 5th with Dinesh Haithiramani ranked 7th. Azhar Rafee is currently unbeaten this season in the league.

Division 10

HKFC 10 led by Robert Jones is 4th in the very close division. Play-off places are still up for grabs with up to 7 teams still contesting for 4 places. Jurg Niegerberger and Karl Pahlman are both unbeaten so far this season with the Division 10 team.

Division 11

HKFC 11 is in 2nd place with a few teams around them having a game in hand. A play off place looks to be assured but there are still chances to try and get the top spot off Tuen Mun Squash. Ross Harding is ranked third in the divisional rankings with unbeaten Michael Zimmerman in 10th.

Division 13

HKFC ably led by Damien Laracy look to have secured a playoff place already as they are well ahead of 4th position in the number 3 slot. There is still a chance to top the division by the end of the season with some big games still to be played. Newcomer Arthur Maloy is ranked 5th in the league with Nick Organ and Krzysztof Kostienko both unbeaten to date this season.

Division 14

James Osmund’s 14A side is unbeaten so far this season, the only football club team to be in this position in the main league. They look to be in pole position to take the league title. Brian Taam’s 14 B team are lying in 6th and will need a good push in the remaining matches to secure a playoff place. James is topping the table in the divisional rankings as well with an unblemished to date 9-0 win record with William Wong also unbeaten so far. Fred Teng is the top ranked 14B player in 6th



Masters Division 1

M1B are sitting nicely in 2nd place with only two points between them and top spot which is currently held by old rivals HKCC. The M1A team is in 3rd place and will be looking for a strong finish to try and reign in the M1B team and claim HKFC bragging rights in the division. M1A’s Keith Frith is ranked 3rd with M1B’s Malcolm Kerr and Terence Teo ranked 4th and 5th respectively.

Masters Division 2

Simon Ho’s M2A team is unbeaten all season and is well ahead of the pack in topping M2. Nick Shultz’s M2B team is in 4th place and they look set to make the play off finals. Jonathan Barton for M2B is ranked 1st in the division with William Fan for M2A ranked 6th and unbeaten so far this season as is fellow teammate Tak Yeung.

Masters Division 3

Chairman and number one ranked Dave Cross’ M3A team is currently in 3rd place and is battling it out to keep in the play-off places in what is one of the tightest divisions. Michael Yang’s M3B are in 7th position and will need a strong finish to try and get into the play off places.

Master Division 4

The newly formed masters Div 4 has the M4A and M4B teams in 4th and 5th place respectively in what is proving to be a tough league. M4A’s Violeta Thomas is ranked 8th in the division with M4B’s Julien Uzzell in 10th.


Ladies Division 1

The HKFC L1 team is in 6th position in a very strong Ladies division 1. It looks like they will be unable to reach the play offs this season but they will be looking for a strong finish to get as many points as they can.

Ladies Division 2

The HKFC L2A team led by Cherly Yat Ching Vong had a strong start to the season. They have kept the momentum to be in 3rd position and look set to have booked a play-off place. L2C and L2B are in 5th and 7th respectively. L2A’a Patricia Choong is ranked 9th.


Ladies Division 3

Last year’s league winners L3A led by Chin Mcnamara are in 3rd place but only 5 points away from top spot in a close top 3. L3B are in 4th but look unable to catch 3rd place. L3A’s Chris Van Winsum, Julie Savoie and Elizabeth Pompea are in 2nd, 3rd and 5th respectively with L3B’s Javy Wong sandwiched in 4th place.


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