The Hong Kong under-16 girls' hockey squad are hoping their success in an invitational tournament at King's Park recently would help them win a place at the next Asian Games in 2002. Hong Kong defeated Taiwan 3-1 in the final to win the four- team tournament, thanks to goals from Olivia Chiu (two) and Sandra Frankland. Singapore won the bronze medal by defeating Hong Kong B 3-1. 'We want to send a team to the next Asian Games (in Pusan, South Korea), that's our goal,' said Hong Kong Hockey Association public relations officer Lisa Lai. 'We want to push for a place and I think we have made an impression now,' she said. Hong Kong did not send a women's team to this month's Asian Games because they were considered too weak. But all that might change with Hong Kong's junior players looking good at the moment. Hong Kong defeated Taiwan 3-2 in an earlier game during the round-robin stage of the competition at King's Park. The SAR team defeated Singapore 4-1 in the semi-finals, with Sandra scoring two goals. 'The main problem we might face is that some of the players might have to leave Hong Kong to continue their studies. We may not have the same team in four years' time,' Lai said. The Hong Kong A team has a good record in the international arena. They beat Singapore at the Junior Cup in 1996, where Hong Kong finished second. Hong Kong thrashed Singapore 9-0 in the tournament. Hong Kong also won both their matches in an interport in Singapore in October.