VALLEY youngster Jamie McKee has an excellent chance to claim a starting place in Hong Kong's forthcoming internationals against Papua New Guinea after first-choice fly-half Vaughan Going made himself unavailable. The 18-year-old McKee was yesterday named in a 22-man squad for Hong Kong's two internationals against Papua New Guinea on March 29 and 31. Although national coach Simpkin will add two more backs to the squad, McKee is currently the only player who has performed regularly in the fly-half position this season. Going will return to his native New Zealand on a business trip straight after the Hong Kong Sevens, on March 26 and 27, but will return a month later. Another notable absentee is Kowloon's Chris North, who Simpkin rates as the territory's number one prop but who he overlooked for the PNG matches. Said Simpkin: ''The squad was picked on form and how the players committed themselves during the training sessions.'' Simpkin has also retained hooker Rambo Leung, who in December became the first Chinese to play in a full international for Hong Kong. McKee, who has been a key figure in Valley's all-conquering squad this season, Valley's Hans Lombardo, British Forces' Jon Binks and Club's Andy Curry and Rodney McIntosh also have a chance to make their Hong Kong debuts. Manager Peter Burbidge-King said a training programme has been difficult to draw up because of a congested buildup. ''It is difficult to train with the Hong Kong Sevens,'' he said. ''Some of the players are involved in the Sevens and some are involved in the 10s as well. ''But it is the end of the season and the players are match fit and I don't think they have a problem.'' With the exception of Going, the whole Hong Kong Sevens squad are represented. The first international will be held at Happy Valley while Football Club will stage the second game. The matches are part of Hong Kong's buildup to October's Asian Rugby Football Tournament in Malaysia. The winners of the tournament qualify for the 1995 World Cup in South Africa. Hong Kong are seeded second in the tournament behind defending champions Japan. They take on South Korea in their four-team preliminary group. The group winners, after a round-robin, enter the final. The Asian qualifiers for the World Cup have been placed in a same pool as New Zealand and Ireland and a European team. Hong Kong: Rambo Leung (Tigers), Andy Fields (Valley), Hans Lombardo (Valley), Tom Marks (British Forces), Toby Bland (Valley), Grant Jamieson Club), Neil Alton (Valley), Nick Thompson (Valley), Iain Sterling-Stainsby (British Forces), Will Wild (Club), Stuart Krohn (Valley), Tony Harker (Police), Jon Binks (British Forces); Justin Weston (Club), Ashley Billington (Valley), Andy Curry (Club), Isi Tu'ivai (Valley), Rodney McIntosh (Club), Craig Pain (Kowloon), Jamie McKee (Valley), Tim Leach (Kowloon), Jeremy Smith (Valley).