Twin sisters Demi and Ginger Mak will make sporting history on Wednesday when they tee off for Hong Kong at the Queen Sirikit Cup Asia-Pacific Ladies Invitational Team Championship in Bangkok. Aged just 14, the Maks will be the youngest players to have represented Hong Kong at the tournament and join seasoned campaigner Teresa Chan in a team looking to better last year's 10th placing. The Canadian International School students have swept all before them on the local junior scene. Ginger captured the China Junior Open title in February and Macgregor Junior Closed Championship in March while Demi followed up her triumph at the Hong Kong Schools Championship with a second placing at Discovery Bay in the Hong Kong Closed Amateur Championship, one stroke behind Chan. Despite the twins' inexperience, national junior coach Brad Schadewitz is confident of a good showing. 'It's going to be extremely tough because of the standard of the competition,' Schadewitz said. 'Having said that they have an excellent work ethic and have prepared extremely well in the run-up to the event. 'Teresa is going to be a great influence because she's played in the tournament before and they get on very well. A top-five position would be fantastic and it's going to be very interesting to see how they do,' he said. The event will take place over three days at the Green Valley Country Club on the outskirts of Bangkok, a course the twins are familiar with having flown to Thailand last month in preparation for their debut. 'It's very long and difficult and a big factor will be the weather. It will be extremely hot but if we can handle that and play to the best of our ability we'll be very happy,' Ginger said. Hong Kong's best finish in the 27-year history of the Queen Sirikit Cup came in 1986 when they placed third, 21 strokes behind winners Australia. This year's competition sees entrants from 13 countries including defending champions South Korea, Japan, India, Thailand, Malaysia and New Zealand.