HONG Kong suffered their second defeat in the team event at the Junior Squash World Championships yesterday when they went down 0-3 to Pakistan in Christchurch, New Zealand. The territory were crippled by the absence of number one Jackie Lee Chun-kit, quarter-finalist in last week's individual event, who succumbed to the tight playing schedule and is suffering from a sore back. Reserve Yan Tsz-keung made his debut for Hong Kong and lasted only 22 minutes in losing 1-9, 0-9, 3-9 to Amjad Khan in the opening rubber. Wong Wai-hang, promoted to play at number one in the absence of Lee, also found the going tough against his Pakistani rival and was beaten 6-9, 4-9, 3-9 by Komail Mehmood after putting up a good fight. His brother Wong Wai-chung did not fare any better in the dead rubber and went down 0-9, 4-9, 0-9 to Imtiaz Khan in only 20 minutes. It was Hong Kong's second defeat in the preliminary round and has relegated them to the play-offs for ninth to 16th positions. They kicked off their campaign on a high note by blanking Scotland on Sunday but lost 1-2 to South Africa in their second outing, with Lee going down in five games in the deciding rubber despite the back injury. Team manager Tony Samson said: ''The last two nights have been disappointing but we have a free day tomorrow and hopefully we will return for the play-off matches breathing fire.''