JACKIE Lee Chun-kit, who will make his open debut for Hong Kong at next week's East Asian Squash Championships in Manila, has been seeded for the Junior World Championships individual event. Jackie will become the first Hong Kong player to earn a seeding for a world championship event when he goes to Christchurch, New Zealand, later this month. Lee, 17, is one of the nine of 16 seeds in the tournament which has attracted entries from 27 countries. National coach Chris Clark said: ''It is a tremendous achievement in itself for Jackie to be seeded, and it shows his talent has not gone unnoticed. ''I am really delighted, not only for Jackie but for Hong Kong squash in general, as this also shows our squash prowess has now been recognised.'' The La Salle College student became the first non-Pakistani to become the Asian junior champion when he lifted the title in the biennial tournament in Sri Lanka last year. Joining Lee in the squad for the world juniors will be brothers, Wong Wai-hang and Wong Wai-chung, and Yan Tsz-keung.