Darts: Foresters beat Penrhynside in county league
IAN BARRY was the star for struggling Foresters with a last set 22.45 average to ensure his side claimed only their second win of the season in the Gwynedd Men’s Darts Superleague.
Jon Aston (23.48), Craig Billance, Gerwyn Jones and Nigel Jones were the other men on the mark for the Holyhead throwers in their 5-3 home success against Penrhynside.
Captain Mark Nellist, Mal Mullin and Rob Sumberland were on the winning note for the travellers.
Kelvin Roberts took the week’s top average of 27.33 to help the Wellmans record a 6-2 win over last season’s champions Penrhyn Arms. Norman Jones (23.12), Charlie Wylie (23.11), Will Roberts (22.43), Alan Sharpe (20.25) and Shane Parry (23.86) all won.
Jim Dorenbos 22.46 and Brendan Kennan scored the two consolation points for the Penrhyn Arms.
BRI ended their run of poor form of late with a 6-2 victory at the Unicorn Dolgellau with Meirion Jones averaging 23.48, while average result in the opening set put them on the front foot in a difficult encounter which saw six maximums scored, which was followed by success for Merfyn Owen, Steve Conway, Stephen Roberts (23.02), Ken Griffiths and Colin Hedley also won.
Dylan Evans and Steven Lee Williams won for the South Gwynedd side., who were missing Martin Phillips from their line-up.
Foelas Arms remain at the top after a 6-2 win at Twthill with Alun Pritchard in fine form. with a double maximum 25.67 win helped League leaders Foelas Arms to lengthened their lead at the top to 11 points with a 6 – 2 away win over Twthill.
Ifor Davies 23.12, Rob Jones, Glyn Lloyd Warren Green 25.05 and Clive Davies 24.52 were their other hit men on the Oche in the team’s ninth win of the season. Mike Le Bon and Bryan Hughes won for the home side.
Second-placed Caernarfon Town FSC’s visit to the Wynnes Arms ended all-square, Gethin Lewis 25.47, Steve Jones, John Longshaw and Graham Ducklin on the mark for the Cofis, with Heber Thomas 24.15, Paul Jones, Julien Jeffrey and Andrew Brymer Jones replying for the Quarrymen.
Story By: Caernarfon Herald