KARACHI - Teenager Danish Atlas of NWFP as expected won the second DG Ranger National Ranking Junior Squash Championship crown overpowering fourth seed Sheikh Saquib of Punjab in a five-game final that lasted over one-and-a-half hour here Thursday at DG Rangers Sindh Jahangir Khan squash complex court. A qualifier, Danish Atlas is son of former international player Atlas Khan and nephew of former world champion Jansher Khan. He earlier in the opening round had toppled top seed Muhammad Bilal and won under 19 final 10-9, 4-9, 9-5, 8-10, 9-1. Sindh Home Minister Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza who witnessed the finals of Rs. 400,000 prize carrying event presented the trophy and a cheque of Rs. 15,200 to Danish Atlas. The quality of squash and the level of fitness that the two finalists exhibited was impressive and hope soaring for the squash managers. For the second day running, Danish Atlas had played five setter contest lasting over an hour. While winning the semi final on Wednesday, he was involved in a five-setter hour long battle against third seed province mate Waqas Mahboob. Through out the duration of the championships, Danish dominated under-19 event and conquered all those who came in his way. The most impressive aspect of the youngster apart from his superb fitness and stamina at this tender age was his stroke-making which he has inherited from his more known elder uncle Mohibullah and his famous world champion uncle Jansher Khan.   The youngster had all the qualities of developing into a leading squash star. However, he could only succeed if he stays away from the petty politics of sports seen across the country on squash courts and focuses on playing the game which had given his family the name and fortune. His opponent in the final Sheikh Saquib of Punjab was in no way any inferior in stamina and court craft. Saquib fought well and thrice during the course of the final was in a position to deny his opponent the title. But finally it was stamina that betrayed him in the fifth game which ended in one way win for Danish who took the decider 9-1. The competition has unveiled some bright young talent which could be groomed into world class players through sustained tough training and international exposure.Punjab, which had sent a big squash team to the championship, is returning home with bag full of titles. Roshana Mahboob of Punjab won girls under 19 crown yesterday in all Punjab final against Zoya Khalid. On the final day third seed Ali Bokhari of Punjab won boys Under-15 beating top seed Faraz Khan of PAF 9-5, 4-9, 0-9, 9-1, 9-2 to earn cash award of Rs. 9500. Faraz received .Rs.6500. Muhammad Tayyab of Punjab who was top seed won boys under-13 crown defeating teammate and second seed Ammad Farid 9-0, 9-6, 4-9, 5-9, 9-3.Tayyab received Rs.7600 as winner's prize money and Farid Rs. 5200. Punjab's Israr Ahmed who was seed one, won boys under 11 final beating second seed Ahsan of PAF 9-3, 9-6, 6-9, 9-4. Israr received Rs. 5,700/ and Ahsan Rs. 3,900. Final results. Boys Under-19 Q- Danish Atlas (NWFP) beat 4-Sheikh Saquib (Pb) 10-9, 4-9, 9-5, 8-10, 9-1   Boys Under-17: 3- Nasir Iqbal (PAF) beat 2- Sadam Ul Haq (PAF) 9-0, 9-1, 9-0 . Boys Under-15: 3- Ali Bokhari (Pb) beat 1- Faraz Khan (PAF), 9-5, 4-9, 0-9, 9-1, 9-2. Boys Under-13: 1- M Tayyab (Pb) beat 2-Ammad Farid (Pb) 9-0, 9-6, 4-9, 5-9, 9-3. Boys Under-11: 1-Israr Ahmed (Pb) beat 2- Ahsan (PAF) 9-3, 9-6, 6-9, 9-4.