Feltham Railway Club have steamed to the top of the Hampton Mini Darts League to become early First Division leaders.
They have a perfect record from their first four games, winning all four.
So too have Second, Third and Fourth Division leaders, Feltham Ex-Servicemens' Club, Bedfont Football Club A and Ashford Sports Club.
The Griffin Brentford's has Sam Costello carried on where he left off last season, when he finished as the league's highest finisher and top 180 thrower.
He has already thrown four maximums in just four Second Division games, but was no match in the highest finish stakes for the Crown & Sceptre Feltham's Colin Riley's 144.
Mal Nicholas, of Isleworth Working Men's Club, has also thrown two 180s in the Fourth Division, while Ashford Sports Club's Dave North and Mark Glazier of Rising Sun Hampton Hill B share the best check-out with 123.
The Thursday Darts League is underway too, with another familiar face dominating proceedings. Paul Neate has thrown four maximums in four games, all of which have been won by his team, Old Red Lion , as they top the Premier Division.
In fact, like in the Mini Darts League, all the leaders have perfect records so-far.
District Arms Ashford A, Riverside Club B, Feltham Con Club B and Hounslow Social Club have all won four out of four in the First, Second, Third and Fourth Divisions, while RBL Hanworth and Feltham Labour Club have won two out of two in the Fifth and Sixth.
The Second Division has, in fact, become a Riverside Club battle as their A team are in second place, also with an unblemished record.
Others with 100 per cent records are Feltham Ex-servicemens' Club in the Third, and Bagster House Shepperton in the Fifth.
Only two other players, apart from Neate, have bagged more than one 180 - with Ashford Community Association's James Fuller and Feltham Ex-servicemens' Club's Roy Butler throwing two each.
Giles Ward, of Hampton Social Club, holds the league's highest check-out so-far with 167.
He is followed by Missfitz' Gill Shephard (144), Darren Syan of District Arms Ashford B (140), Mark Byron of Shepperton Sports Club A (132), Bagster House's Scott Conroy (129), RBL Teddington's Doug Oldknow (124) and C Joyce of The Warren Hounslow A (100).