A record number of entries have been received for the on-going Hoe Hin White Flower Ointment Asian Junior Squash Championships 2007. A total of 111 athletes from Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taipei, India, Iran, Kuwait, Macau and Hong Kong are taking part in the tournament. It is being held at the Cornwall Street Park Squash Centre and the Hong Kong Squash Centre and runs until Sunday. The competition, organised by Hong Kong Squash and approved by the Asian Squash Federation, began on Saturday. It will consist of individual events, which will run until tomorrow, and team events, due to take place from Wednesday to Sunday. Hong Kong is hosting the championships for the third time since 1985. Players from China and Qatar will also join in for the junior men's individual events. Thirteen girls and seven boys from Hong Kong will be competing in the individual categories. SAR's junior men's team includes Leo Au Chun-ming, Fung Ji-yang, Chan Kai-chi and Yip Tsun-yuen, while the current world champions, Annie Au Wing-chi, Joey Chan Ho-ling, Leung Shin-nga and Chiu Ka-kei, will be among Hong Kong's representatives in the women's version. All eyes will no doubt be on the individual events. Low Wee Wern from Malaysia is the top seed in the women's singles, while Hong Kong's Annie Au is seeded second. Joey Chan and Shin-nga are third and fourth seeds, respectively. The men's event also guarantees a close fight among the top seeds. Fifth seed Leo Au will come up against top seed Farhan Mehboob from Pakistan and second seed Abdullah Mezayen from Kuwait. Head squash coach Tony Choi Yuk-kwan said the girls had a chance to win a medal at the championships. 'The girls have a better opportunity than the boys. They were the winners of the World Asian Junior Championships. They have a big chance of winning a medal in the team event. I believe they will also be able to clinch some medals in the individual events,' he said.