KARACHI Sindh Squash Association will hold Tughral Shah Khan Memorial Junior Squash Championship carrying total prize money of Rs 300,000 at Pakistani Navys Roshan Khan & Jahangir Khan Complex from May 22, Secretary of SSA Engineer, Tahir Khanzada announced here Tuesday. He said the competition had been named after late Tughral Shah Khan, who was involved with the sport as contractor in building a number of squash facilities across the country. The Pakistan Navys Complex, which named after Roshan Khan and Jahangir Khan, was also built by late Shahs company. Late Tughral Shah Khan served in Pakistan Army as major and after leaving it he started his own construction company, which specialised in constructing squash complexes. His company also helped in providing technical equipment to a number of squash complexes during the past two and half decades. He said that Shahs family wanted to hold the competition in the memory of late Shah as a tribute to him for his contribution in the sports. The six-day championship, he said, would be contested in five groups of boys and two of girls. He reminded that recently the SSA held a junior event at Rashidabad, some thirty kilometres away from Hyderabad with big prize money. The family of a trust, which runs educational institutions at Rashidabad had supported the event, he added. The qualifying rounds of the championships will be played on May 22 and 23 and the final rounds would be held from May 24. The SSA would provide accommodation to out station players in the main round.