HONG KONG'S number one junior Jackie Lee Chun-kit pulled off a major upset when he outlasted Singaporean professional Peter Hill in a U2 Premier Squash League match to lead Express Two to a 6-0 whitewash of Hong Kong Football Club yesterday. Lee, a highly promising young player who captured the Asian junior crown two years ago a month before his 16th birthday, stopped Hill 15-8, 5-15, 12-15, 15-11, 15-11 on the centre court at the Hong Kong Squash Centre. He played a disciplined game and waited for his chances, eventually finishing off Hill with a backhand volley drop shot for the biggest scalp in his fledgling career. Said Hill: 'Jackie played well and deserved to win. It is good for him but I hope he won't get too big headed with beating Peter Hill. After all, this is only his first win over me.' Express Two number two Chan Siu-sing also capitalised on his fitness to beat Joseph Kwok Man-wai 4-15, 4-15, 15-5, 15-14, 15-9, but teammates Yan Tsz-keung and Allen Ngan Wai-ming had relatively easy victories. League leaders Perrier continued on their winning ways when they edged out second-placed Fuji 7-6 after a countback in a top-of-the-table clash on their home courts at the Kowloon Cricket Club. The two teams split the rubbers with Fayyaz Mohammad and Lincoln Chan Lik-hang winning for the cricketers while Mohammad Saddiq and John Choi Wing-yiu were the victors for Fuji.