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[2023年3月8日] 香港欖球總會今日宣佈委任前中國香港國際隊員陳朗詩,為女子高水平總監。


陳朗詩在欖球社區内享有知名度,且備受尊敬。她曾代表香港二十八次出戰,擔任女子十五人代表隊隊長,并在2017年代表中國香港隊出戰橄球世界盃。這也是中國香港隊第一次並唯一一次參加橄球世界盃。 陳朗詩扎實的欖球職業生涯,為她今後構建女子高水平欖球的發展規劃提供了强有力的支持。她對香港和全球的欖球發展動態亦有獨特、深入的見解。



Jo Hull,香港欖球總會高水平欖球總經理表示:「恭喜陳朗詩晉升。這個重要的職位將助力香港女子欖球再攀高峰。陳朗詩決意推動女子欖球的發展。我期待她用熱情和寶貴經驗推動這項運動的發展,時機正好。」

[8 March 2023]: The Hong Kong Rugby Union is thrilled to announce that former Hong Kong China international Royce Chan Leong-sze has been appointed as Head of Women’s Rugby Performance.

In this role Royce will be responsible for the development, delivery and implementation of the strategic and operational direction of women’s rugby performance programmes and the Premiership competition.

A well-known and highly respected figure amongst our community, Royce received 28 caps for Hong Kong China, captained the XVs side, and etched her name into the history books during Hong Kong China’s first and only Rugby World Cup appearance in 2017. Royce’s extensive rugby career provides her with strong high-performance structural development credentials and an in-depth understanding of the rugby landscape in Hong Kong and overseas.

She has delivered a decade of professional service to the HKRU, starting as a part time coach and quickly progressing as a full time coach and programme manager. More recently she coached the Hong Kong China Women’s XVs to a brilliant double-victory over Kazakhstan in their December 2022 international tests.

Speaking about her appointment, Royce said: “It is a great privilege to be trusted with this role. I treasure the opportunity to continue the good work of the key people who started to build the women’s game in the HKRU.”

“This is a hugely exciting time for the women’s game globally and whilst much work has been done, there is always more to do. I look forward to working collaboratively with clubs, players, coaches, staff and volunteers to continue building the women performance to be the best we can be.”

Welcoming the appointment, HKRU General Manager of Performance Jo Hull commented: “I would like to congratulate Royce on her appointment in this vitally important role to help bring women’s rugby in Hong Kong to the next level.

“Royce is committed to accelerating the development of women’s rugby and I look forward to seeing how she will apply her own passion and valuable experiences to the role during this incredibly exciting time for the sport.”

Information and Photo Source : Hong Kong Rugby Union


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