THE Fujifilm Junior Squash League will be resurrected next month after a two-year stoppage, and there is a new rule preventing the top players from forming a team and sweeping all the prizes. A rule forbidding players with a Hong Kong Squash Racquets Association top 10 ranking from playing in the same team has been introduced with an aim to create a more competitive league. 'We want to ensure that the teams are evenly balanced and there will be fair competition for everybody, so we've decided that the top players have to sign up for different teams,' said HKSRA official Tony Choi Yuk-kwan. 'Anybody with a top 10 ranking must play at number one, and this should also benefit them because they can improve with this regular exposure to stiff competition among themselves.' The league will again be split into two age groups, but instead of the regular under-19 and under-16 divisions, the age limits have been lowered by one year. This means that top local juniors Jackie Lee Chun-kit, Wong Wai-hang and Yan Tsz-keung will be barred from the competition as they have already turned 18. Leading players eligible for the under-18 category will now be Wong Wai-chung, Vincent Cheung Cheuk-yin, Adrian Fong Tin-yau, Yan Ka-ho, Roger Ngan Lun-cheung, Paul Ng and Billy Chan. 'Fujifilm come in to support this league again because they look at it as part of our on-going development programme in which they are our main sponsor,' Choi said. 'The objective of the league is to provide regular competition for the kids, and we're confident that the rule changes should benefit everybody, from the top players to the newcomers who will be playing in the lower order of their teams.'