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The Hong Kong RSC join Rangers First “Club 1872”

The Hong Kong Rangers Supporters Club are proud to announce that we have joined Rangers First with a “Club 1872” life membership.

We would also strongly encourage all other fans to also join up at whatever level they can. Monthly subscriptions start from as little as £5 a month.

Rangers First if also available to overseas fans, so it is now the time to use our vast global fan base and start the ball rolling to get more say in what is going on at our club.

It has been hugely encouraging to see the Rangers First membership grow substantially in the last few days alone with 140 new members yesterday alone edging the membership close to the 2,000 mark – so there is a very strong chance the membership in Rangers First will have doubled in the space of a week! Let’s keep the momentum going and help spread the word!

So be sure to sign up and join an ever expanding group of like-minded fans who only want the best for our club.

For more details on joining please go to: http://www.rangersfirst.org/

Both ORSA & the Perth RSC are already Rangers First Club 1872 life members!

Strength in numbers.

WATP

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Posted September 10, 2014 by hongkongranger in club, Hong Kong RSC, rangers, Rangers First

ORSA Hong Kong 2013 – Commemorative Programme

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We are in the process of making a commemorative program for the upcoming 2013 ORSA AGM hosted in Hong Kong. We are looking for all member ORSA clubs as well as RSC’s from around the globe plus of course any businesses or individuals to take an advertisement out in the programme and show their support to this growing event.
The prices are AUS$50 / HK$400 / £34 for a half page advertisement and AUS$100 / HK$800 / £68 for a full page.
We plan to make around 150 of the programs as a memento for what is sure to be a great weekend; all profits will go to fund future ORSA events.

All interested parties need to send their advertisements and payment to the details below by the 1st of April but the earlier the better.

Payments in Australia to be made to –
Perth RSC
ANZ
BSB – 016002
ACC No – 528854098

Payments in Hong Kong, either to:
Paypal Account ‐ info@rangers.hk
Or
Bank Details:
Standard Chartered
The Rangers Supporters Club ‐ Hong Kong Chapter
447‐0‐033545‐8

Overseas payments to:
Paypal Account ‐ info@rangers.hk

All adverts and enquires should be sent to the following email address –
Garybellingham@aol.com

All payments should be followed up with an email and payee’s name clearly marked in the reference section when making payment.

Posted March 14, 2013 by hongkongranger in agm, club, orsa, rangers

Party Like It’s 1999

Celebrating the 1998-99 SPL title at Ibrox, a week after beating Celtic 3-0 at Parkhead in *that* famous game.

Posted July 11, 2011 by Colin in club

AGM

Our AGM will be held on Friday 8th July.  All members should have received notice of location and time; if not, please contact us.

Posted June 25, 2011 by Colin in club

Match Report: HK RSC v HK Liverpool Reds

(Hong Kong, 19 April 2011) – HK RSC lost out to a well-practised Hong Kong Reds side at King’s Park on Monday night, but considering it was the first time many of the Rangers side had played together – or even met – the result wasn’t too bad, and we could have had a draw.

Despite a day-long panic when several players called off, leaving us short of numbers, there were enough blue shirts at kick-off for a full team and two subs. Unfortunately the late arrival of many meant that we didn’t have time for a team talk, though with Scott “I’m an ORSA VP, you know” Semple in charge, this was probably a good thing. Following a two-minute silence in memory of Hillsborough, the Ibrox Disaster, and Alan Wong, a Hong Kong Reds member who recently passed away, we were off.

Liverpool – surprisingly free of bad perms and dodgy ‘taches – made the early running as the ‘Gers started slowly, taking the first few minutes to familiarize themselves with their roles (and names). It quickly became clear that both teams were decent, though: the Reds had some quality up front, more than matched by a solid Bougie/Weir pairing of Colin McCallum and Bobby Tsang at the heart of defense, with the blue two winning everything in the air.

Gradually the Rangers side came to grips with the game, and the stylish central midfield pairing of Darren Thompson and Andy Hunter began to spread the ball around with Souness-like panache. Their styles complemented each other well: Thompson hustling for the ball and winning space to play, Hunter spraying pinpoint passes behind the ‘pool defense to the speedy and youthful forward line of Kyle Irwin and… err… his mate.

Best chance of the first half fell to Darren Thompson who lashed a 25-yard strike low and hard towards goal, though the keeper covered it well. For the Reds, a few shots from around the box, and a corner or two, but nothing we couldn’t handle. Half-time: 0-0.

The rest didn’t really help the teddy bears as we started the second period slowly, whereas Liverpool came out of the traps like a scouser after a dole cheque. Their forward line were pressing well – with no linesmen we couldn’t rely on offside to hold them back – and they just about had the opener on a breakaway. Their striker pushed the ball beyond our outrushing keeper Jack Herr, but the defence was back to mop up. A few minutes later, the Reds posted another warning as they moved the ball down the inside-right and their striker managed to beat Jack again – but this time it went by the post.

Following the pattern of the first half, the Rangers midfield started to take control but not to the same extent this time – we couldn’t seem to get the ball under control in attack. When the goal came, it was against us: a fine pass from the centre circle down the inside-right channel took out the left back, and the striker finished well with a strong, low shot across goal from just inside the box.

As the game wore on, Liverpool sat further back and we controlled more of the play, but despite Paul Kay’s best efforts up front, it wasn’t to be. Full-time: 1-0 Liverpool.

Rangers: Jack Herr, Colin Reid, Bobby Tsang, Colin McCallum, Mike Irwin, Richard Bulgin, Darren Thompson, Andy Hunter, Scott Semple, Kyle Irwin, Kyle’s mate, Willie Wong, Kevin Don, Paul Kay.

Man of the match: Bobby Tsang, for spending most of the day in the pub, calling off, then turning up and putting in a solid shift at centre-back (when he wasn’t off the park trying to chunder, that is)

Anton Rogan award: Kyle’s mate, for turning up with a Rangers shirt and green basketball shorts. Quickly sorted out by FIFA presidential candidate Semple.

Anton Rogan award, honourable mention: Darren Thompson, for wearing a long-sleeved Rangers top on the most humid evening of the year so far

Left-back who was badly out of position at a critical moment and cost us the game award: Scott Semple.

Posted April 19, 2011 by Colin in club, news

Amici

The Hong Kong Rangers Supporters Club are delighted to announce that Amici will once again be our home bar for the coming season.
I would therefore highly encourage anyone coming along to watch our games on a regular basis to join the supporters club as the yearly membership will again include a 20% discount (subject to some restrictions).

Please see our membership section for full details of all club benefits.

Posted August 12, 2010 by hongkongranger in amici, club, news

Goal TV

As some of you may already know Goal TV has switched across to the “NOW TV Sports Package” from the “TVB Pay Package” – this is fantastic news as NOW TV is available in Amici.
Goal TV will once again cover the Scottish Premier League and it seems they will show at least two live games each week.
Here is a link to the Goal TV schedule: 
http://www.goal.tv/schedules.php

Posted August 12, 2010 by hongkongranger in amici, club, goal tv, news