Veteran Hung Chung-yam, who fell foul of local cycling officials two weeks ago, has been included in a seven-man team to tackle next week's Kent Tour of China. The 33-year-old Hung said he was making a comeback to international riding when he made himself available for a Tour selection trial. However, the former Olympian never turned up for the trial, citing family problems. He was given another chance at last week's Hong Kong time trial, finishing fourth. It was good enough to earn him a place on the team which will take part in the seven-leg Tour, which starts at Hong Kong's Stonecutters Island on November 1 and ends in Shanghai 10 days later. The squad are led by the territory's best hope, Wong Kam-po, and also feature Ng Kwok-wah, Leung Chi-hang, John Prosser, Man Wai-cheung and Tse Man-tik. Coach Shen Jinkang is confident the squad will do well and is hopeful that Wong can finish in the top 30. Hong Kong Cycling Association official Walter Yue said that the association had abandoned plans to send a squad to the Tour of Okinawa, which starts on November 10. It was originally intended to split the seven cyclists into two squads, one to compete in the Kent Tour and the other to travel to the Okinawa Tour, which Wong won last year. 'We have decided to give preference to the China Tour,' said Yue.