KARACHI The two-day qualifying round of the first late Tughral Shah Junior Squash Championships will commence Saturday at Navy Roshan Khan Jahangir Khan complex. The Sindh Squash Association is organising the championship carrying Rs 300,000 with the support of the family of late Tughral Shah who once served Army as Major. Major (retd) Tughral Shah Khan was born in a family of sportsmen. After leaving Army, late Tughral Shah started a company which was involved in providing equipments to squash courts all over the country. His company equipped the squash courts in Pakistan with the latest technology. A total number of 227 entries have been received from the PSF both in the qualifying and main round. Sindh has entered 99 players, followed by 55 from Khyber PK and 48 from Punjab. PAF is sending 19 players and Balochistan five. ZTBL has entered one player in the championship. At the conclusion of the qualifying round, the main title round will begin on May 24. The championships will be held in boys category in which competition will be held in five age categories ranging between under-11, 13, 15, 17 and 19. In the girls category, the competition will be held in under-15 an under-19 categories. The draw size in boys events will be 16 players each in both the qualifying and main round in different age categories. The two girls event will also have a draw of 16 players each. The cash prizes will be given in all the age categories in boys and girls event. From first round, loser to winner in all the five age categories in boys event will be entitled to cash prizes. Boys under-19 winners prize will be Rs 11,400. Girls under-19 winner will receive 11,400 and the winner of under-15 will get Rs 7600. All players have been advised to report for the qualifying round at 9:30 am at championship venue.