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170 out shot achieved for second time

November 7, 2017

THE highest possible checkout of 170 has been achieved for the second time this season in the Plymouth and District Friday League, most recently by Andrew Nation, whilst inspiring Royal Naval Arms A to a 10-3 win away at The Windmill.

 

They also had Andy Bates and Matt Abbot securing their doubles in 33 (30.33) while Mark Shears, for the Leigham side, also claimed a 33-darter in the singles.

 

Kings Tamerton CC failed to take advantage of Porters A’s inactivity and had to settle for a win by the narrowest of margins away at Steam Packet B, despite leading 3-0.

 

 TOP CHECKOUT: Andrew Nation became the second player this season to hit the top checkout of 170 in the Plymouth and District Friday League.

 

The hosts provided the top game of the fixture when Matt Thompson and Neal Hotchkiss won their doubles in 33 darts (30.33).

 

Kings Tamerton have now drawn level with Porters A at the top of the table but the advantage stays with the Barbican side, who have a game in hand on their title rivals.

 

The Tradesman secured all 13 points when hosting Porters C while also winning in double figures were Maritime B (10-3) and Porters B (12-1), against Waterloo C and Queens Dock respectively.

 

The Fawn triumphed 9-4 against Maritime A while City Social restricted Royal Naval Arms B to just a single point, aided by a win in 38 for Glyn Wells (26.34).

 

Indian Inn A began well when hosting Octagon Social Club and took the opening team game in 36 (27.86) before going on to an 11-2 victory.

 

The A team won the Waterloo derby match by an 8-5 scoreline while Brookside and GWRSA (Laira) both achieved victories by the narrowest of margins against Indian Inn B and Steam Packet A respectively.

 

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