Rawalpindi: Pakistan’s Junior Squash team came back home after a successful campaign at the World Junior Squash Championship in Poland where they were crowned champions.
Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman of the Pakistan Air Force welcomed the players at the Noor Khan Air Base in Rawalpindi. The Pakistani team defeated Egypt by a margin of 2-1 in the final to lift the elusive trophy.
Speaking on this occasion Sohail Aman said that this victory is the result of shear hard work and determination. He added the extensive and rigorous training under military supervision was extremely beneficial for the Pakistan squash team and this will go a long way in bringing back the glory days of squash in Pakistan. Sohail Aman added that the team will take part in future squash events as well and hopefully one of them will go on to become a world squash champion in the coming years.
Air Chief Marshal also congratulated the federation and other associated members who worked day and night for the betterment of game in Pakistan and added that incentives will be given to the deserved people in order to recognize their efforts.
Pakistan, who now has six World Junior Squash titles to its credit, won the World Junior Squash Championship after a period of eight years as their last title came back in 2008.