Balls, beers and bagpipes. In some ways, it truly felt like rugby had made its return to Hong Kong after 274 days without action.The Saxo Markets Men’s Premiership and KPMG Women’s Premiership 2020-21 seasons got off to fiery first rounds last weekend, with reigning champions Natixis Hong Kong Football Club and Societe Generale Valley Black Ladies demonstrating that an ongoing global pandemic would not stifle their title defence campaigns.But unlike the Hong Kong Rugby Union’s (HKRU) 67…


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