NEWCOMER Christina Mak Wai-ying is the only surprise in the Hong Kong boys' and girls' squash teams for the Asian Junior Championships to be held in the territory from January 19-28. The 16-year-old picked up the sport after joining a Hong Kong Squash Racquets Association promotional programme two years ago, but she has improved rapidly and is now ranked number three among the girls. Mak got her first call-up for national duties at the expense of Eva Yam Wai-yue. Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin, who finished third in the individual event two years ago when she was only a 14-year-old, will be leading the territory's challenge at the Asian tournament. Number two in the Hong Kong line-up is Sally Hawkes, a New Zealand-based student, and the fourth member of the team is Angel Choi Chung-yin. There was no surprise in the boys' team which comprises Jackie Lee Chun-kit, Wong Wai-hang, Wong Wai-chung and Yan Tsz-keung. Lee is the defending individual champion and Hong Kong finished fourth in the team event two years ago behind Pakistan, Malaysia and Singapore. Foreign entries for the boys' team event are Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Jordan, Sri Lanka and Japan.