It is D-day today for Colin Bisley, Ricky Cheuk Ming-yin and Jeff Wong. The three sevens stars will have to convince the selectors they are fit to be picked for the World Cup Sevens in Dubai in March. Bisley and Cheuk only had their first taste of competitive rugby last week and will face an anxious wait before a 16-strong squad is named after tonight's final trials. This squad will be further pruned to 12 for a visit to Darwin next week. 'My fingers are crossed. Hopefully, I will make it,' said Bisley, who is coming back from a seven-month lay-off after knee and shoulder operations. A playmaking centre, Bisley had his first run-out last Saturday for the Hong Kong Cricket Club second team and emerged unscathed, declaring he was fit and ready. 'I felt solid during the game. It was good to be back out there but I know it won't be a shoo-in. 'There is a lot of competition. This is good for Hong Kong rugby, although it is not so good for me,' said Bisley. Cheuk, who captained Hong Kong at the Doha Asian Games in 2006, has been out of competitive rugby for as long as Bisley. The Hong Kong Football Club winger, who had major knee surgery, returned to contact rugby at last Wednesday's trials. 'I'm feeling good and hopefully I will be back for the World Cup,' said Cheuk, who faces stiff competition out on the wing with a number of players pushing for places, among them Rowan Varty, Alex McQueen and Adam Raby. Like Bisley and Cheuk, scrumhalf Wong wasn't part of the Hong Kong team who won the qualifying berth for the World Cup last October. Wong dislocated a shoulder two seasons ago and has only now fully recovered. He is fit and playing an integral part for Kowloon in the First Division. 'All these players have put their hands up for selection,' said Hong Kong sevens coach Rodney McIntosh, who along with the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union's head of performance, Ivan Torpey, will have the task of picking 16 players from a training squad of 26. McIntosh was relieved to see Keith Robertson back in action last Saturday. Robertson, who has been out for three months with a hamstring injury, scored two tries in DeA Tigers' 27-27 draw with Hong Kong Football Club. Another player coming back from injury who will be considered is Tom McQueen. He broke a collarbone in the World Cup qualifiers against Sri Lanka, but has been declared fit to play again. 'We have a short but intense build-up for the World Cup in March,' said McIntosh. 'The squad will leave next week for a tournament in Darwin and then next month, play in the New Zealand Marist Sevens. I believe this will be enough as the nucleus of this side has been together for a long time.'