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Article: Darts round-up

Darts round-up


WATERLOO Inn moved to within six points of the leaders when they took maximum points away at Hill Park, claiming the week^s top game and hitting no fewer than four ton plus checkouts.

John Mann (100x11) and Simon Stevenson (100x13) secured their doubles in 30 when Stevenson checked out from 106 and Stevenson was also on target in his individual game which he finished from 105.

John Goves secured his singles when finishing from 120 and Malcolm Johns made a kill of 106.

Mark Turner and Neil White took their doubles in 34 but finished up on the losing side when Compton Inn defeated City Social 8-5.

Plympton Cons A and B were both 11-2 winners against Friary and Archer Inn respectively and both matches produced games in 34 darts.

Dave Collins was successful for the A side while Alun Davies and Darren Burnitt were on target in a double success for Cons B.

Charlie Fletcher and Col Maddocks gave a good account of themselves when taking their doubles in 34, despite finishing up on the wrong end of a 9-4 scoreline when The Fawn were defeated by Windmill.

Steam Packet prevailed at Hyde Park Social Club by nine games to four and had Mark Palmer registering the week^s highest checkout when he finished at the first time of asking from 128. He also partnered Annie Lane to a doubles success in 33.

Kings Arms lost 8-5 away at Ker St, but not before Martyn Down and Simon Godfrey hit a 33-dart doubles, while a singles victory in 32 by Jim Pitkin was the highlight of St Johnston^s 8-5 victory at No.10 Social Club.

Kevin Walker secured his singles in 32 and Pete Lamerton finished from 104 as Maxines won 8-5 at St Levan Inn.


HILL Park are the new leaders, albeit by one point, after winning all available points against St Levan Inn.

They hit an 801 treble in 27 darts (29.66), and had Tony Teal taking legs in 15 and 18 in a 3-0 win.

Tug Wilson took a leg in 14 and also threw the week^s top checkout of 135 while John Mann top scored with 13 ton plusses which included finishes of 122 and 126.

Outshots of 132 and 110 by Gary Phillips and Graham Willcocks respectively helped Agaton to an 8-3 success at Ker St while the Devonport side had Ralph Lancaster turning back the years when winning in 14, 15 and 21.

Shaun Dring (100x15) notched a 15-dart leg but was No.10^s only individual success as they went down 8-3 to St Johnston for whom Richard Lynch hit a checkout of 118. The Fawn secured all but one of the 11 points that were on offer against Compton and had Matt Legge winning 3-0 in 15, 17 and 21 (28.90), finishing the 15-darter with a kill of 102


LION and Column defeated St Levan Inn 9-4 in a match that produced the week^s top game and season^s highest checkout.

Column laid down the gauntlet in the very first game when they secured the sixes in 33 darts while in winning the third doubles game of the match, St Levan^s Pete Roulston finished at the first time of asking from 167.

Waterloo Inn halted Grenville^s progress when winning 9-4 and had Tug Wilson finishing from 145 for a singles success in 36.

John Mann was Grenville^s only individual success and top scored with 14 ton plusses.

Andy Nation won in 35 as Town House returned from Steam Packet with a 10-3 victory while Simon Cunningham recorded three maximum 180 scores in City Social^s 9-4 success at Archer Inn.

Gary Phillips (100x11) and Alan Ewing combined to take their doubles in 35, helping Woodland Fort to an 8-5 defeat of St Johnston B.


THE two Stoke Inn teams pulled off a great double when they threw the week^s top game and highest checkout.

Danny Allen notched a brace of 180s as he and Jeff Bailey clinched their doubles in 32 as Stoke Inn A defeated City Social 8-5.

Catching the eye for Stoke B in their identical win at Brookside was Jason Pritchard who finished the second treble with an out shot of 145. Other respectable finishes came from Des Dugdale 110, and Dave Wyatt 116.
Story By: The Herald


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