IF SUNDAY was bad, Monday was worse for the Hong Kong under-19 team playing in the international youth tournament in Malaysia, writes Alvin Sallay. Having lost by 252 runs to Bangladesh in their tournament opener on Sunday, Hong Kong were subjected to a further hammering yesterday, losing by a humiliating 303 runs to Papua New Guinea. Electing to bat after winning the toss, PNG put on a massive 364 (all out) in their 50 overs. Hong Kong's run chase never materialised as they were bowled out for a dismal 61. ''Our batting has been terrible so far,'' said Krish Chandran, manager of the Hong Kong team. , speaking from Ipoh yesterday. PNG's opening bowler G. Morea made life difficult for the territory's batsmen with a vicious spell of 10 overs, five maidens, three for 12. There was only one scoring shot in his 10 overs (he conceded eight wides).