Glenn Halford notched a brilliant sixteen three figure scores in his Bluebird C team's 6-5 win over King Billy in the Monday Premier League. A couple of those big scores came in the form of a 100 checkout and one of two 180s hit by the Compton team, with Nick Perring claiming the other. Halford added an 18 dart leg to a good evening's work in a 3-1 win that keeps him joint second in the individual table with five others. Callum Strickson was also prominent for the Bluebird wi
King Billy A stretched their lead at the top of the Steve Chapman 501 League to thirty-three points as they made it twenty-two wins in a row thanks to an 8-3 win over Kings Arms. There were as many as eight maximums shared between the two teams in a high scoring affair with Andy Bates hitting three of those by himself. That total was added to by teammates John Mann and Antony Hayman with the Chrissie Kinnaird, Reg Matthews and Warren Gordon adding one each for the Oreston sid
Hyde Park claimed their first victory of the campaign after eighteen straight losses as they overcame Fawn B 6-5 in an entertaining basement clash between the bottom two in the Plymouth City Super League. Despite finishing up on the wrong end of the scoreline, it was the Greenbank side's Mark Sargeant who dominated in the scoring stakes to claim twelve ton plusses. One of those three figure scores was a brilliant 116 checkout that proved decisive in Sargeant's 3-2 singles win
George Beckett finished from a massive 160 as favourites for the Plymouth Open League Division A title Cherry Tree in a 9-2 win at Ker St B. That win leaves the champions-elect twenty-one points clear with a game in hand over their rivals. Ker St C and Weston Mill Oak Villa B played out a topsy-turvy affair in which the lead changed hands five times before the Devonport side's captain, Ty Carthy, secured the final game in a last leg decider for a 6-5 win. That win leaves Ker
Ryan Ring (30.33) produced a stunning 33 dart leg in his individual success for the King Billy during their 9-4 win over St Johnston B in the Plymouth & District Friday Darts League. Ring recovered from a slow start to produce a 105.11 three dart average across nine visits, which included one of two maximums his team hit on the night, and a finish of 119. Ring's teammate Andrew Nation chalked up the other three treble twenty visit of the match whilst Nation joined Matt Abbott
King Billy A teammates Andy Bates and Antony Hayman both ploughed home the highest possible finish their team's 8-3 win over Fawn B in the Steve Chapman 501 League. Bates was the first competitor to achieve the feat in his 3-0 singles before Hayman matched the checkout in his 3-0 singles win. Hayman (30.67) also hit one of six maximums on his way to eleven tons in the contest and also won individual game in 15,16,18 darts. Not to be outshone, John Mann hit two maximums of his
Lee Hellings top scored with fourteen ton plusses as the Octagon A whitewashed bottom side Firkin Scholar to keep the heat up on top side Tradesmans in the Monday Premier League. The Stonehouse side dropped just one single leg as Hellings was one of six singles winners by a 3-0 scoreline when helping himself to legs of 17 and 18 darts. Lewis Dare produced the highest checkout of the week with a 120 kill whilst teammate Dave Pethick also took out a brilliant 117 kill. 180s wer
Week 19's action in the Plymouth City Super League started with a minute's applause ahead of games for one of our own, Shaun Bailey, who passed only a few days earlier at the very young age of just 32. Bailey will be remembered for being a good darts player in his own right and someone who never shirked the responsibility of organising darting events in both Plymouth and Cornwall whilst donning in his signature hat. And this is why the gesture for a man who was loved by every
Jenny Heffron hit two maximums for bottom side Cherry Tree B in the Plymouth Open League. However that wasn't enough to stave off Weston Mill Oak Villa B who won 7-4 their Division A clash. Dave Jones rolled back the years to notch a maximum in his Mainstone team's 6-5 defeat to Pennycross with Des Dugdale getting the victors over the line in the deciding game of the night.
The Ker St C and Lugger shared three maximums as second placed Ker St won 7-4 in the Devonport derby.
Tradesmans A regained the lead in the Plymouth and District Friday Darts League thanks to an 11-2 win over Mainstone. That win was largely thanks to the power scoring from Jaydon Dodd and Michael O'Brien who hit ten tons each. O'Brien also shared the week's least number of darts with Rob May as the pair both notched 39 dart 1001 legs for a 25.67 average. O'Brien also added an 80 checkout and the game's only maximum on a successful night individually and as a team. Title chase