Valley RFC has a proud history in Hong Kong Rugby. In its 43 years of existence, Valley RFC has won more Grand Championship & League titles than any other club in the premiership division.
Valley is a place for all, we cater for the very serious to the very social player, with 6 men's teams and 2 women's teams you should get along to training.
Training times 20:00 - 21:30 Tuesday and Thursday, Happy Valley Pitch 6.
Chief of Operations - Nick Hewson
Head of Rugby - Deano Herewini
Premiership Head Coach - Andrew Kelly
Premiership Assistant Coach - Mark Fatialofa
Knights Coach/ Head of Conditioning - Kirk Munro
Knights Coach - Tom Broughton
Brothers Coach - Paul Deayton
Mavericks Coach - Jonathan Mo
Majai Coach - Deano Herewini and Jeff Ching
Stallions Manager - Thibault Legras
Contact - email@example.com
Firsts - Premiereship
The Valley First team has been a powerhouse in Hong Kong Rugby for generations, creating a legacy of success unrivaled by any other club. As current Grand Championship/ league kings of Hong Kong they continue to build on a culture of hard work, determined commitment, and great coaching.
The premiership team have won the last 6 Grand Championship finals.
Knights - Division I
The Valley Knights are a squad that has been built strongly over the last few seasons improving every year over the last 3-4 years. The Knights strength in depth has also meant they have become the backbone of the first team’s successes. Their reputation for “training hard and playing even harder” is a testament to what they have achieved. The knights have back to back Grand Championship titles to their name.
Valley’s four National League teams are comprised of the Brothers – a diverse group of players that train and play together allowing for greater cohesion of techniques and tactics and building a strong unity amongst the group. No matter what team you play for on a Saturday there will always be a band of Brothers there on the side-line to support you.
Valley Ladies are a team synonymous with success. Having won the league more times than any other side its no surprise they are well represented in Hong Kong's National Rugby Team in both the 7's and 15's version of the game. The Valley Black ladies ceremoniously went unbeaten for 52 games in a row before finally being beaten to a courageous Gai Wu side. They have set the scene performance wise and socially over the past decade in Hong Kong Rugby.