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Our pick of 5 Hong Kong sporting events to play or watch!

1. Hong Kong vs Malaysia Asia Rugby Championships

Date: June 15 (Sat)

Time: 4.00pm-7.00pm

Admission: FREE

Yearning for some international rugby?

Come down and show your support for Hong Kong, as they look to follow up their winning start to their Asia Rugby Championship title defence against South Korea by entertaining Malaysia at the Football Club.

Admission is free.

2. Smugz Open Day - Autumn Season and Beyond

Date: June 15 (Sat)

Time: 3.30pm-5.00pm

Admission: FREE

Paddled for your corporate team and been bitten by the dragon boat bug? Just fancy giving dragonboating a try?

Hong Kong's 'friendliest, competitive' dragon boat team is recruiting for their autumn season and beyond, with races right into November! Sign up and hit the beach for an afternoon of fun.

3. Hong Kong Amateur Shooto Tournament 2019

Date: June 16 (Sun)

Time: 3.00pm-9.00pm

Admission: FREE

Think a late night scrap in Wanchai, minus the alcohol and with far more technique and skill.

The Hong Kong Shooto Association are hosting a summer tournament taking place this Sunday, with the region's best "shooters" competing for the top gong.

Shooto is an offshoot of what was a form of professional wrestling from Japan, now featuring elements of striking, kicks and chokeholds to become effectively an MMA discipline.

If you're a fan of the fight scene, you know where to be.

4. Women's World Cup Screening

Date: June 14 (Fri)- June 16 (Sun)

Time: 9.00pm onwards

Admission: FREE, but order a drink obviously

Get your fill of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup!

In case you were struggling to find places televising the matches, Forbes 36 in Kennedy Town are avid supporters of women's football and will be displaying several earlier matches, which include Japan vs Scotland, Netherlands vs Cameroon and Sweden vs Thailand.

Situated a stone's throw away from Kennedy Town MTR, you shouldn't have any trouble finding the place and cheering on your team.

5. Free Yoga Class

Date: June 15 (Sat)

Time: 7.00pm-8.00pm

Admission: FREE

If you're curious about yoga but not ready to commit to hundreds of dollars worth of lessons, this is the answer to your prayers!

Join this class catered for beginners hosted by Java Yoga and get a feel for what yoga is about, taking place at the scenic Tamar Park.

With no fees involved, just bring a mat, water and a smile!

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