Hong Kong selectors are looking ahead to the 2001 ICC Trophy in picking a 14-man squad for this week's Tuanku Ja'afar tournament, which will be held in the SAR. The Hong Kong Cricket Association has chosen players who will be eligible for the 2001 ICC Trophy featuring the 'second division' of international cricket. Veteran Stewart Brew will captain the team, with former under-23 players Anthony Booth and Tabarak Dar, as well as Hashmi Ali and Mark Davies, making their full-team debuts. 'The squad has been selected with the 2001 ICC Trophy in mind,' said Brew. 'All of the players in the squad should be eligible to play in the next ICC Trophy. 'This is a strong Hong Kong team, selected to win the Tuanku Ja'afar Cup and with an eye to the future.' Davies is a former Australian Schoolboys player and is the son of former Hong Kong player Peter Davies. The Hong Kong-born Davies, who is based in Perth, is also a first-grade wicketkeeper. The association said that seven Hong Kong-born players whose names came up during selection talks were currently studying abroad and were unavailable to play. Hong Kong will be taking on Malaysia and Singapore in the Tuanku Ja'afar. The SAR will be seeking revenge against Malaysia, who defeated Hong Kong in the semi-finals of the ACC Trophy in Kathmandu, Nepal, earlier this year. SQUAD Stewart Brew (captain), Tim Smart, Sada Hussain, Rahul Sharma, Saleem Malik, Anthony Booth, Ravi Sujanani, Mark Davies (wicketkeeper), Tabarak Dar, Mohanna Marzook, Mohammed Zubair, Jawaid Iqbal, Nick Waters, Hashmi Midhat Ali.