Renowned squash veteran, Wayne Burrowes, added yet another title to his impressive collection when he won the BCW Capital/Liguanea Club Tournament at the weekend.
The decorated master, who was in top form throughout the competition, dismissed senior national player Bruce Levy in straight sets to claim top honours in the handicap tournament.
Burrowes, who has won a record 13 All-Jamaica Men's titles, dominated the final match from the first serve, beating Levy 21-14, 21-16, 21-12 to take the top prize.
Twelve-time All-Jamaica Women's champion, Karen Anderson, had to settle for fourth place after losing in four sets to David Patterson.
Anderson came into the third-place contest seeking to rally from a semi-final loss to Burrowes. In one of the most anticipated matches of the tournament, the former national champion battled neck and neck with Burrowes, who went on to win a tense three-setter 21-18, 21-18, 26-24.
Coming off the loss, Anderson faced off with Patterson and after losing the first set, she stormed back to take the second. However, Patterson was undaunted by the veteran female and rallied to register a final score of 21-11, 19-21, 21-8, 21-8 and take third prize.
In the consolation round, Gregory McClure fought off Lowell Lawrence 21-19, 21-11, 21-14 to earn bragging rights.
Reflecting on the tournament, Liguanea Club president, Lowell Lawrence, said he was very pleased with the standard of play.
"We had veterans who are still in great shape, we had youngsters who are trying to make their mark on local squash, and the handicap seeding which had women playing men gave the competition a very exciting twist," he said. "We promised quality squash and I think we delivered."