PESHAWAR (APP) - Nasir Iqbal of PAF and Ali Bokhari of Punjab clinched Under-17 and Under-15 titles respectively in the All-Pakistan National Junior Squash Championship played here at Hashim Khan Squash Complex on Sunday. NWFP Minister for Sports Syed Aqil Shah was the chief guest on this occasion. Director PAF Control Board Group Captain Farooq Sheikh, Secretary PSF Wing Commander Shams, President of the NWFP Squash Association M. Safi, Secretary and former World Champion Qamar Zaman players and spectators were also present. Pakistan No.1 in Under-17 category Nasir Iqbal took 43 minute in defeating his second seeded rival Sadam-ul-Haq in the final witnessed by capacity crowd. Nasir got the lead of 4-1 in the first game and kept up pressure by giving no time to long-stature Sadam to settle down. Sadam made fine efforts by leveling the tally at 4-4 and 6-6 but Nasir took the set 11-6 before exhibiting superb drop-shorts. It was the second game when Nasir failed to respond to Sadam's forceful drives. Sadam was struggling behind but he managed to level the tally at 4-4, 6-6 and 8-all, otherwise Nasir, despite missing some receptions, dominated. Nasir took the set by 11-8. In the third game Nasir never looked behind and marched into victory at 11-4. Sadam failed to manage because of the errors and gave a certain chance to Nasir to win. In a post match talks with APP, jubilant Nasir said that he was in superb form because of tough training schedule. "I missed my shorts on two crucial occasion that is why Sadam click during the match but overall I made easy work in defeating him," said Nasir, who won the trophy with a cash prize of Rs. 12000/-. In the Under-15 final top seed Ali Bokhari, the currently national champion, took 47 minutes to beat Faraz Khan of PAF Academy. The score was 11-9, 12-10 and 11-5. Ali, a winner of Malaysian Milo Cup Junior, Qatar Classic and India Junior event, faced some resistance from Faraz Khan, especially in the second sets where they tied at 4-4, 6-6, 8-8, 9-9 and 10-10. At the end, Syed Aqil Shah gave away trophies and cash prizes to the players. A total of 60 players from all across the country took part in the 100,000 cash prize Championship. Speaking on this occasion, Aqil Shah appreciated the NWFP Squash Association for their round the year activities of the game. He also lauded Qamar Zaman for providing coaching and training skills to the kids during the event. Syed Aqil Shah requested PSF for its help in organizing an international squash event here that would be financed by the government of NWFP. He assured his support to the association in holding various squash activities. The NWFP Sports Minister also appreciated PAF for its contribution toward the promotion of squash. PAF has been providing round the clock playing facilities to the youngsters at well-maintained squash infrastructure. "We are lucky to have PAF Indoor Gymnasium facilities which can hold game activities of Kabaddi, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis and Basketball," Aqil Shah added.