Most of the top-ranked teams remain undefeated as the 2013 KPMG League enters its fourth week.
The 2011 champions The Travoltas, powered by the 13-time All-Jamaica men's champion, Wayne Burrowes, have taken 13 points from three matchups.
Also among the ranks of the undefeated are hot upcoming teams, the Juniors, which include All Jamaica Under-15 girls' champion, Alyssa Mullings, and the UTech Knights, captained by Under-19 boys' champion, Ashante Smith.
The youthful sides, which are made up of teenaged players, have been schooling their adult opponents.
High Standard of Play
In addition, surprise top performers Bruk Foot United, so named because most team members are rebounding from injuries, have defied the odds, and are yet to lose a matchup.
In contrast, the defending champions had to regroup from an initial loss, but have successfully rebounded to earn 10 points from three matches.
Some 21 teams are currently battling for top honours in the KPMG League, one of the most keenly contested tournaments on the squash calendar.
"So far, we have seen a very high standard of play with teams like The Travoltas and the Millsborians using their skill and experience to stay ahead, while the teams with younger players are showing a level of fearlessness that makes for excellent play," said Raymond Donald, the tournament director.
"I am particularly impressed with the UTech Knights who are demonstrating an intense level of competitiveness; they clearly want to win and it shows in their playing," he added.
The 2013 KPMG League is being played at five Corporate Area venues, the Liguanea Club, the Constant Spring Golf Club, UTech and the Jamaica Defence Force.