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Article: Darts: Bullseyed Darts round-up with Steve Chapman

Darts: Bullseyed Darts round-up with Steve Chapman

HILL Park made an excellent start to the defence of their title with an 11-0 whitewash of St Levan Inn.

Top scorer Adrian Lamerton (100x14) hit a 14-dart leg and Tug Wilson was successful in 16.

Last season^s runners-up St Johnston SC began their campaign with an 8-3 victory at No.10 Social Club and had Simon Cunningham setting a mark for the season^s top out-shot finishing from 144.

Shaun Dring (100x12) caught the eye for No.10 when pushing Cunningham to a deciding fifth leg in the individual phases.

A 15-dart leg by Gary Whittles was the highlight of The Fawn^s 9-2 win over Compton Inn, while Indian Inn came from behind to edge out City Social by the odd game of 11.

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Another close encounter saw Ker St Social Club win by the narrowest of margins against Agaton Social Club, while Kings Arms emerged 8-3 winners over The Windmill.

Mike Whatley (100x14) top scored for the winners and was well supported by Bruce Harrison who recorded 12 ton-plusses including a checkout of 120.

Dave Sweet (100x11) won well for the visitors and hit a 14-darter in a 3-1 individual success.

COMPTON Inn won a close encounter at Ker St Social Club by the odd game of 13, claiming the week^s top game in the process.

Steve Dibben put in an excellent performance and recorded six ton-plusses in a 28 dart leg which gave him a three dart average of 107.25.

Dave Sweet also gave a good account of himself for the winners and top scored with 13 throws of a ton or more.

Brookside made it 25 victories on the bounce when they defeated No.10 Social Club 10-3 with Tug Wilson winning in 35 and Al Brunton checking out from 108.

Second placed Waterloo Inn defeated The Fawn 9-4. The highlight was a win in 32 for individual leader Simon Stevenson (100x11).

Plympton Cons came from 3-0 down against Hyde Park to level at 6-6, before they had Dave Collins (100x11) winning the 13th and decisive leg in 36 darts for the narrowest of victories.

Tony Teal took his singles in 36 and Geoff Davis was on target with an out-shot of 108 as Hill Park defeated The Clifton 11-2.

Mike Whatley (100x13) inspired Kings Arms to a 9-4 victory at Steam Packet, winning his singles in 34, while The Windmill consolidated third place with a 9-4 victory over City Social.

Fred Goldsmith and Roger Sinclair won their doubles in 36, while Social^s Neil White took his singles with a kill of 109.

Archer Inn and Maxines were both successful away from home and emerged 8-5 winners against Duchy of Cornwall and St Levan Inn respectively.

THERE is little change at the top after the leading nine teams all won.

Leaders Ker St stretched their unbeaten run to 15 matches when defeating Kings Arms 11-2, while Indian Inn consolidated second place with an 11-2 victory at Ford Cons.

The Stoke side twice hit the week^s best game, taking the team event in 39 darts, before John Petherick repeated the feat in the individual phases.

Matt Legge also caught the eye for Indian, top scoring with 11 throws of a ton or more.

Brookside dropped just two points when winning at The Haddington and had Alex Roach registering the week^s top checkout from a mark of 103.

Other results: Revenue 2 Steam Packet 11, Waterloo B 2 Town House 11, City Social 3 Friary Vaults 10, No.10 Social Club 4 Brewery Tap 9, Stoke Inn A 7 The Windmill 6, Somerset Arms 4 Waterloo A 9, Grenville 4 Stoke Inn B 9

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