ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's four boys and two girls will leave Islamabad for India to feature in the World Junior Individual Squash Championship 2009, which is scheduled to be held from July 29 to August 8 at Chennai. An official of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) told The Nation that former world champion Qamar Zaman would also accompany the players as manager-cum-coach. "Aurnagzeb Mehmund, Nosherwan Khan, Nasir Iqbal and Farhan Zaman will compete for the boy's title while Pakistan number one girl Maria Toor Pakay and Zoya Khalid will be representing Pakistan in the girls event," he said. In the first round, Nasir Iqbal will meet Zeke Scherl from USA while Farhan Zaman will take on Laurens Mostmans from Belgium. Nosherwan will lock horns with Kuwaiti outfit Aqeel Ashkanani while Arungzeb Mehmund will meet Sheen Ramdence. Pakistan's number one Maria Took, who is the 8th seeded player of the championship, has get a bye in the first round while Zoya Khlaid will meet Katherine Quarterman in the first round of the girls' fixture. Later, a source said that Pakistan had demanded foolproof security of its all players during the international junior squash competition. "The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) had taken this issue at high level before finalizing the team for event," he added. However, the organizing committee has also ensured the officials of the federation to provide tight security during the Chennai visit," he maintained.