One of the oldest teams, in terms of both time the team joined and those players’ age, SOUTHORN Tigers split the four games played and ranked 5th in Flag 2013.
Led by Benny Wong, Ken Leung, Patrick Tse and Edward Fong, aka “The Four Scorers (Scholars) of Southorn (JiangNan)“, SOUTHORN Tigers is established with Raimondians including Will Kam, Anthony Yeung. Cindy Lee, Edward’s university class-mate, and Terence Chan, her fellow jong-mate during university time. Also joined the team is Wilson Chow, Benny’s work-mate, and Clifford […]
SOUTHORN Tigers were forced to play small ball, not because it is the current trend. They ranked 6th this year in Flag.
GRIZZ beat short-handed Tigers 43-28 on Sunday behind 15 points from Tony Chow (GRI #11) and split their first two games in 2013 this year. Droste Stefan (GRI #24) was two points shy for a double-double with eights points and eleven boards.
The Southorn Basketball League is now officially open to ALL until the 14-team capacity is filled. There are five current teams already confirmed with payment, while some other teams by various means revealed they should be joining the coming season again. Interested teams, new or old, please find the link below to send us your info, we […]
M.I.B. certainly want to have less players again, as they lost 35-41 to SOUTHORN Tigers in a game where there were more than six men in black. While M.I.B. is not hopeless for winning O4 since they beat SAMURAI in previous game, two victories would not only prevent Tigers from being the bottom team like […]
It would be a very unusual circumstances when no other teams have more players than G.T. Explorers in any given night, but they really did on the first day of Original Four this year. SOUTHORN Tigers, however, still started the series by beating G.T. Explorers 49-31.
SOUTHORN Tigers hold off late rally to beat Ryders, advance to second round.
Chung Sing rout SOUTHORN Tigers 46-35 in 2012 debut.
SAMURAI won two games in the three-team Original Four which ended on Sunday after three games played at Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre.