Name: Hannah Tsui School: Sha Tin College Grade: Year 10 Sport: Hockey Achievements: Hannah, who turns 16 this year, is the youngest player on the national women's team. She first represented the SAR in the Singapore-Hong Kong Interport 2007, which was held in March in Lion City. She will play for the national team at the sixth women's Asia Cup, to be hosted by Hong Kong in September. Hannah was also part of the Hong Kong under-14 team. Soundbite: 'I started playing mini-hockey at the Kowloon Cricket Club. I like hockey because it's a great way to make new friends and I can improve my skills and fitness,' Hannah said. 'I play defence now, but I hope to move to midfield.' 'Playing at the Asia Cup is going to be a really good experience.' From her coach: 'Hannah works hard. Another two to three years of hard work will turn her into a great player,' said national coach Simon Chapman. 'She joined the national team at 15, so it's demanding for her. She's serious and focused on what she wants. She's motivated and good enough to get there. 'Hannah's still young, so she won't be a dominant figure for some time. She should focus on her development.' Ambitions: 'Hopefully, I will be going to the next Asian Games. In a few years, I still hope to be playing for the Hong Kong national team,' Hannah said.