Schoolgirls Clara Tse Wing-hung and Sonia Kong Cheuk-yee will travel to the other side of the world this summer to prepare for the All-China National Games in Nanjing . The two teenage volleyball stars, who last year won the All-China Schools Championship in Shandong province, will travel to Brazil to take part in the under-21 World Championships in September. The girls are currently in Sichuan province , competing in the first leg of the All-China Beach Volleyball Tour, in order to gain the minimum number of points required to book a place in the National Games in October. The Volleyball Association of Hong Kong, China is hoping the girls will be able to achieve good results in Brazil and at the National Games. 'If they can finish in the top half of the rankings in the National Games, we would regard that as a success,' said Cheng King-leung, the girls' coach and spokesperson for the association. With the Beijing Olympics just three years away, the girls will be determined to show they deserve the financial backing that could help them achieve a dream. 'I hope they can go to Beijing in 2008, but to do it, they would need to take part in the World Tour, a qualifying competition for the Olympics. They will need a lot of support. So they must do well this summer to show us it will be worth it,' said Cheng. Soon after the girls return from their stint in Sichuan on July 17, they will compete in the first leg of the Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Tour at Shek O Bay. After that they will return to the mainland to play in the second and third legs of the All China Tour in Shandong. Then they will leave for a training camp in Australia. 'The Australian coach of Thailand's 1998 Asian Games gold medal winning team will help them prepare for the major tournaments,' said Cheng. On August 12 they will return to the mainland for the final leg of the All China Tour in Shanghai, before taking the long flight to Brazil to compete against some of the world's best young players.