Two leading members of Tai Po District youth football team, David Lui Chun-wo and Summer Shek Tsz-fung, are enjoying great success on the pitch. Both of them represented Hong Kong at the All China Secondary Schools Students' Games in July, with Summer also being picked for the under-19 squad. David, 18, a Form Seven student at Salem-Immanuel Lutheran College, first started playing competitive football after attending a summer youth football promotion scheme when he was seven. He went on to play for Hong Kong in an under-12 tournament in Japan. Summer, also 18, was 12 when he took part in a primary young athletes football training scheme. He was quickly chosen to play for the district youth team. Summer, who attends HKRSS Tai Po Secondary School, and plays as a defender, has enjoyed a lot of success as a footballer so far. He was picked for Hong Kong's under-19 squad, and looking forward to playing in the group stages at the Asian Football Confederation U-19 Championship in Thailand last month. But the tournament was cancelled because of heavy flooding in the country. Summer then injured his knee which left him frustrated. 'But I am not so upset now and have had physiotherapy on my knee. Hopefully the problem is gone.' He is now waiting to hear if he has been picked to play in today's friendly under-19 game against Russia. David, who plays in midfield, is also waiting - to learn if he has gained a place in Hong Kong's squad for next month's Schools Interport Football Championships in Macau. The final selection will be made after two friendly matches this week. 'I really want to get into the team; it would be great to have one more chance before I graduate, but I don't feel nervous at all about waiting to hear,' he said. Summer captains his school team, who are one of the favourites to win the Tai Po and North District Inter-school Competition. David is captain of his school, too. His team are not quite as strong, but among the top 32 teams. They will next play Tin Ka Ping Secondary School. 'Our matches are very close; the result could go either way,' David said. Although the duo play for different teams for much of the season, they share the same dream for their Tai Po District side. 'We both want Tai Po to win the Henderson Youth League this season,' David says. 'We have played four matches and have two more group matches to come.' Summer says: 'We have already qualified for the final rounds, but we want to win all of our remaining matches.'