JEFF Chambers rolled back the years and produced a moment of euphoria to claim a 39.00 single dart average.
Partnered with Tony Teal and Dave Collins in the first treble of Plympton Cons A’s 8-3 victory away at Maritime B, the Cornishman made just four visits to the oche, scoring 140-45-140 before finishing the 36-dart leg with the week’s top checkout of 143.
No fewer than six maximum throws were scored throughout, and Neil White achieved a brace of 180s for Maritime in a 15-ton haul.
The top of the table clash between the second and third placed teams saw Porters B maintain their unbeaten record away at Dartsworld but, despite leading 5-1, had to settle with a 6-5 victory.
ROLLING BACK THE YEARS: Jeff Chambers achieved a single dart average of 39.00 whilst finishing a 36-dart treble with the week's highest checkout.
The fixture produced five maximums, two of which were recorded by Simon Stevenson for the hosts who also took a leg in 14 before going on to a 3-0 singles victory.
The Staddy strengthened their position at the top of the table and in winning 9-2 away at The Fawn, increased their lead to eight points.
There were two big wins in double figures for Kings Arms A (11-0) and Ships Tavern (10-1) against The Albemarle and St Levan Inn respectively while in a much closer contest Ker St defeated Hyde Park 6-5.
Hyde Park came from a 3-0 deficit to pull level at 5-5, only for Paul Lamerton to claim the 11th and decisive point for the Devonport side by a 3-2 margin.
Shaun Dring (100x12) hit a 15-dart leg in a 3-1 singles victory but was the only winner for Maritime A as they crashed to an 8-3 defeat away at Plympton Cons B.
Octagon Social Club overcame Clifton A 7-4 while Kings Arms B and Compton both won 9-2 against Clifton B and Porters A respectively.
Ton plus checkouts from across the boards were achieved by: Paul Palmer (140), Dave Collins (120), Tyler Wills (112), Mike Connell (110), Mike Beard (110), Mark Turner (110), Scott Opie (110), Jack Heath (104), Dave Johns (101), Marc Cresswell (100), Dan Hill (100), James Duke (100).