THE All-Chinese Hong Kong Dragons beat Ewell Castle School from England by two wickets in a friendly tour match at Hong Kong Cricket Club yesterday. Roy Lamsam, at 13 the youngest and smallest Hong Kong player, played a key role by scoring 14 runs to help his team out of the mire. Hong Kong were 114 for seven when Lamsam came in and his knock helped steady the innings before Oliver Tan, scoring 11, hit the winning runs. The Dragons scored 149 for eight, overhauling Ewell's 148 for eight in 40 overs. Earlier, Wein Wong and Michael Wong bowled impressive spells to restrict Ewell, for whom Roger Tapping scored 56, Kevin Macleod hit 27 and Phil Sutton made 25. Wein captured four wickets for 24 runs in eight overs while Michael grabbed two for 18 in his eight overs. Keith Lowcock and skipper Eddie Tse also picked up one wicket each for the Dragons. Meanwhile, the Butani Invitational XI to face Air India today at Mission Road was announced yesterday. Squad: Papu Butani (capt), Amjad Hassan (vice-capt), Ravi Sujanani, Javed Iqbal, Sada Hussain, Wasim Imtiaz, Jon Orders, Indy Chakrabati, Rizwan Farouq, Sageer Mohamed, Ashwin Aiyappan, 12th man Mukesh Butani.