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Hong Kong Second Division League is the second level of football league in Hong Kong, founded in 1909. The top two teams are promoted to the Hong Kong First Division League.

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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADP
1 Wofoo Tai Po 22 17 5 0 67 11 +56 56
2 Wong Tai Sin 22 17 3 2 56 12 +44 54
3   Hong Kong FC 22 16 3 3 68 19 +49 51
4   Shatin 22 13 5 4 54 23 +31 44
5   Double Flower 22 10 4 8 56 36 +20 34
6   Tai Chung 22 9 1 12 42 66 -24 28
7   Kwai Tsing 22 8 3 11 43 54 -11 27
8   Kwun Tong 22 7 2 13 24 42 -18 23
9   Wanchai 22 6 3 13 20 44 -24 21
10   Lucky Mile 22 6 0 16 24 60 -36 18
11   Wing Yee 22 2 6 14 21 58 -37 12
12   Tuen Mun FC 22 3 1 18 34 84 -50 10

 

News

Soccer goal deaths: This has happened before
CBC.ca
Police are investigating what caused the net to tip over but other — almost identical — accidents have prompted a push in some jurisdictions for laws requiring that soccer nets be anchored to the ground or switched out in favour of safer, tip-proof ...
Teen who died from soccer post identified
Toronto Star
Laurent Bastien Corbeil Staff Reporter. A 15-year-old girl who died yesterday when a soccer post fell on her head has been identified by police. Jaime Palm, a student at Bill Crothers Secondary School, was critically injured when she was struck by the ...
Michigan soccer referee 'did not see' fatal punch coming, player testifies
National Post
LIVONIA, MICH. — A soccer referee who was fatally punched by a player during a recreational game in suburban Detroit did not expect the attack, one of the player's teammates testified Wednesday. Dr. Jamal Saleh testified during a probable-cause ...
Girl, 15, dies after accident on Bradford soccer field
CBC.ca
A 15-year-old girl is dead in Bradford, Ont., north of Toronto, after an apparent accident on a soccer field. The girl was playing on the field with a friend when she became trapped under the crossbar of an overturned soccer net, according to South ...
Ontario girl, 15, killed by soccer net
CANOE
The soccer field is on property owned by the Portuguese Cultural Centre, but had been handed over to the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury leisure services to manage and maintain. Mike O'Hare, manager of parks and property, arrived on the scene later ...
Bradford girl, 15, killed after soccer net topples onto her
National Post
South Simcoe Police said the girl was playing soccer at a local field along with another 15-year-old female, when she became trapped under the crossbar of the net, which had toppled over. Police received a call from the girl's friend about the incident ...
Girl, 15, dies after becoming trapped under soccer net
CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
A 15-year-old girl has died after becoming trapped under the crossbar of a soccer net north of Toronto Wednesday afternoon. South Simcoe police said the girl was seriously injured after she somehow became trapped under the crossbar of the net while ...
Teenage girl dies in soccer accident in Bradford
CTV News
South Simcoe Police say a 15-year-old girl has died as the result of injuries suffered on a soccer field in Bradford Wednesday afternoon. The incident involved two 15-year-old girls who were playing soccer at the Portuguese Cultural Centre off Canal Road.
Teen dies after becoming trapped under crossbar of soccer net
CTV News
Investigators say the girl was playing soccer with another 15-year-old girl when one of the goal posts of the soccer net came crashing down and landed on the female victim. Police say the other girl called 911 and the injured teen was rushed to a local ...
Town inspects its nets after teen's death on Bradford soccer field
Northumberland News
All soccer posts on town-owned fields are permanently installed in the ground. Tom Graham, director of leisure services, assures all users of this equipment that regular inspections are carried out to ensure a safe playing environment. Any portable ...

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