18 Darter Didn't Start A Logan Run

Logan Carroll hit an 18 dart leg in a rare highlight for his Weston Mill Oak Villa A team as they fell to a 9-2 defeat against newly crowned runners-up Ker St C in Division A of the Plymouth Open League.

The Devonport team very quickly secured the four points they needed in the first four games to claim second spot in the standings before dropping just two in the win.

The Weston Mill outfit need to win their last game, a rearranged game against undefeated champions Cherry Tree A, to move up the final standings into eighth place.

Cherry Tree A themselves made it seventeen wins from seventeen league games with an 8-3 win over Cherry Tree B; who finish bottom despite Sid Smith's maximum in the matchup.

George Beckett hit a 96 checkout for the victorious Pennycross team who are still on for a league and cup double with the knockout cup final against Ker St C to come.

St Levans put twenty-two of the thirty-six three figure scores between the two sides on the board on their way to securing third thanks to an 8-3 win over Pennycross.

The Lugger made it twelve wins from eighteen thanks to a 7-4 win over Ker St B in which all but one tie was decided by a single leg as the teams notching thirty-nine ton plusses between them in an entertaining contest.

Sean Taylor contributed a maximum to Ford claiming enough points to derail Railway's bid for runners-up in Division B as the Devonport team only managed a 7-4 win.

The Division B title is still undecided but undefeated King Billy have the task of winning the league all in their own hands after a 7-4 win over Weston Mill left them seven off top with three rearranged games still to play.

Daniel Brazier did help himself to a maximum for the Weston Mill in one of three singles that his team won on the night.

King Billy have a bit of work still to do but can also make it a league and cup double in their supplementary cup final against Division A's Ker St B.

Fortescue signed off their season in the top half with a 7-4 win over Octagon in which Andy Pengelly had a 94 finish for the defeated Stonehouse team.

Prince Maurice could displace the Mutley team to finish fifth if they win their game in hand after whitewashing Ker St D 11-0; a result that leaves the Devonport team further adrift and guaranteed a bottom placed finish.

Sparing an unlikely set of results, Falstaff will finish runners-up to King Billy after a 10-1 win over Half Moon in which Colin Elliot and Al Jewell finished from 101 and 108 respectively.

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