Sea Bee

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Sea Bee / Ernest Borel
Full nameSea Bee Athletic Association [1]
Dissolved1994
1993–94 First Division, 8th
(dissolved)

Sea Bee (Chinese :海蜂 or 海峰), later known as Ernest Borel (Chinese :依波路), [2] was a Hong Kong football club which competed for many years in the Hong Kong First Division. In 1993, the parent company of the club, Ernest Borel, loaned the right to compete in the First Division to another company, and the team competed as Voicelink (Chinese :聲控通) during the 1993-94 season. [3]

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Sea Bee won their only major trophies in 1991–92 by winning the Viceroy Cup and the Hong Kong FA Cup under the name Ernest Borel.

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