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  • HKFC E’s Season of Champions: Back at the top!

    HKFC E’s Season of Champions: Back at the top!

    19 Jun 2024

    HKFC Mens E’s 2023-2024 league championship winning season was a story of redemption rich with the spirit of unity and the thrill of competition. After a disappointing 2022/23 season, the team regrouped and became ever more focused on the new season and that laser sharp focuses never wavered until we were once again crowned champions of the league.

    Starting by solidifying the returning players and making several clever recruitments, the Men’s Es formed a squad composed of both young talent and seasoned players that focused on a fine balance between a solid defence and potent attack that dominated the league from day one.

    Our defence became the team’s stronghold this season where the back four’s efforts, led by Paul Chan and Dilraj Gill, made easy work for our joint goalkeepers Darren Foo and Jason Man who limited our opponents to only a handful of goals and kept numerous clean sheets across all competitions. The younger players brought agility and relentless energy, while the veterans provided strategic depth and composure. Together, they formed an impenetrable wall that stood firm against all challenges and were rarely troubled. The team ended the season with the best defensive record in the third division and the second-best defensive record across all seven divisions.

    On the end, the team’s offense was a display of skillful coordination and sharp execution. The youthful players’ speed complemented the veterans’ tactical positioning and became an attacking weapon that left our opponents trailing. Derek Siu and Jason Hui never stopped providing potent passes to our strikers and Kencer Ho, a new recruit, was the team’s top scorer, netting in 17 goals in league competition alone. 

    Competition was tight all season long, but the team was able to stay on top of the table from the get go because of the player’s dedication and commitment, which ultimately culminated in another team photo on the club’s hallowed wall and another trophy in its fabled cabinet.

    At the end of this season, we bid farewell to our onion ring loving Darren Foo, our legendary goalie whose contributions have been pivotal to the team’s success over the years. His move to Singapore will be a significant change, but his legacy at HKFC E remains untarnished.

    Special mention also goes out to our team’s efforts in section life. Whilst the season was full of highlights and tough battles on the hockey pitch, we never forgot our roots as the club’s social team with strong turnouts across all section activities as well as being a huge supporter of our youth hockey efforts. The 2023-2024 season will long be remembered.