Chris Perry will be keeping his Asian Games cards clasped tightly to his chest this weekend when his Pattaya-bound squad take part in the 20th Hong Kong Rowing Championships. The national coach has shrewdly decided to deny Hong Kong's opposition the chance of a sneak preview at the championships by entering all of the seven-strong SAR squad in events they will not take part in at the Asian Games. 'This weekend is our final tune-up but I won't be using the rowers in any of their Asian Games events,' Perry revealed last night at the Asian Games farewell held at Government House. 'We don't want to show our hand and tip off the opposition. There are teams from Japan, a couple of teams from China and the Asian Games teams from India and Sri Lanka,' he added. Lightweight sculler Fenella Ng Gar-loc, who is one of Hong Kong's top hopes for a gold medal, will race in the open category rather than her specialist discipline, Perry said. Perry has just returned from a fact-finding mission in Thailand to assess the competition venue and accommodation for the team. 'It's all rather impressive. I was quite happy with what I found,' he said. The newly constructed rowing venue in Thailand was 'superb', Perry said.