PolyU demonstrates excellence in Inter-Collegiate Competition 2020/21
Heartiest congratulations to our PolyU sports teams for achieving outstanding results in the recent Inter-Collegiate Competitions organised by The University Sports Federation of Hong Kong, China (USFHK)! We are thrilled to see that our student-athletes have taken home five Championships and three 1st runner-up positions out of 14 men’s and women’s events.
|Events||Men’s Team||Women’s Team|
|Athletic Meet||1st runner-up||1st runner-up|
|Badminton||1st runner-up||5th position|
|Soccer||2nd runner-up||3rd runner-up|
|Tennis||3rd runner-up||2nd runner-up|
We are equally excited and proud to learn that five of our sports high-flyers were named the USFHK Most Valuable Player (MVP) in recognition of their extraordinary performance in their respective sports fields. Kudos to our student-athletes for bringing laurels to the University!
- Ho Wai-chung, Men’s Woodball Team
BBA (Hons) International Shipping and Transport Logistics
- Leung Ching-yee, Women’s Woodball Team
BSc (Hons) Analytical Sciences for Testing & Certification
- Wong Kin-sing, Men’s Table Tennis Team
BBA (Hons) Accountancy
- Leung Ka-wan, Women’s Table Tennis Team
BA (Hons) Social Work
- Lui Shuk-yi, Women’s Basketball Team
BSc (Hons) Tourism & Events Management
The Inter-Collegiate Competitions of this year will be concluded by the end of June with six more events, namely Fencing, Handball, Karatedo, Squash, Taekwondo and Rugby to be held in the coming weeks.
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