TWO of Hong Kong's battery of medium-pace bowlers for the International Cricket Council Trophy in Kenya next February and March have pulled out of the 16-strong squad. All-rounders Glyn Davies and Ross Greer have informed the Hong Kong Cricket Association of their withdrawal because of work commitments, Davies in the police and Greer with Hong Kong football champions Eastern. Davies, who skippered Hong Kong in the 1990 ICC Trophy in the Netherlands, where the territory won four of their seven matches, must cover for his superior, who will be on a course in Japan. Greer, an aggressive middle-order batsman and brilliant fielder, is too valuable a footballer to be released by Eastern for the four-week trip to Kenya. Association chairman Peter Slack said: ''We now need two replacements and there will be several players in the running over the next few weeks. ''We plan to use the matches against visiting teams from Bangladesh and Air India as selection trials and announce the final squad on January 7.'' Greer and Davies were two of six right-arm medium-fast bowlers in the squad, along with Tim Davies, Riaz Farcy, Justin Strachan and Paul Cresswell. Hong Kong will be coached by England Test player Dermot Reeve in the ICC Trophy and he is expected to have a say in the final selection of the replacements when he arrives just before Christmas.