MALAYSIAN international Jay Lim, making the territory his new base as he prepares to break into the professional game, leads Fuji's challenge in the Hong Kong Premier League starting on September 29. Lim is expected to arrive within two weeks and his presence will mean that former Hong Kong champion Tony Choi Yuk-kwan will be relegated to number two spot in the Fuji lineup. Choi, who played for Asia Insurance last season and led them to the league and play-off titles, has been playing at number one in the local league for the past six seasons. But he is now coaching director for the Hong Kong Squash Racquets Association and said: ''I haven't played that much squash since I took up my new position and it is only fair that I should play at number two.'' Ambitious Lim is coming to Hong Kong because there is a shortage of top competition in Malaysia. He should benefit from training with and competing against players such as Faheem Khan, Andrew Shum and Peter Hill. Faheem, a former Pakistani national junior champion who has made Hong Kong his home for the past three years, is ranked 32nd in the world. He will lead Cathay Pacific's challenge, with junior player Wong Wai-hang at number two. Shum, 73rd in the Professional Squash Association world rankings, is the number one for Express, the supporting cast being Dick Leung Kan-fai, Chan Siu-sing and Harold Low. Locally-based Singaporean Hill will again team up with Allen Hicks, Joseph Kwok and Ken Geissler for Hong Kong Football Club. Kowloon Cricket Club are making a return to the Premier League and have recruited several young players from the Hong Kong Sports Institute - Sunny Poon Yat-sing, Yang Man-sum and Au Chun-tat. Rubicon are coming in for the first time and will have Asian junior champion Jackie Lee Chun-kit at number one, ahead of Fayyaz Mohammad, Wong Wai-chung and Yan Tsz-keung.