PORTERS B consolidated their position at the top of the Plymouth City Super League with an 11-0 drubbing of Ships Tavern, a result that puts them eight points clear of their title rivals with five to play.
Mike Beard caught the eye for the winners when hitting two maximums in a 3-0 singles success while The Staddy, in second spot, emerged 9-2 winners away at Compton Social Club.
Maritime A returned from Clifton B with all but of the 11 points that were on offer and had Phil Hoyle recording a brace of maximums and Mark Gilbery taking out two finishes of 110.
Plympton Cons A halted Dartsworld’s progress when they edged them out 6-5 in a competitive fixture that saw seven maximum scores recorded.
TOPS LEADER BOARD: Dave Collins had a 3-2 win over Mark Turner in a competitive singles encounter, a victory that keeps him two points clear of the chasing pack at the top of the individual table.
Lewis Dare took out a leg in 14 for the hosts as did Tony Teal for Cons and Dave Collins (100x13) kept his place at the top of the singles leader board when he edged out Mark Turner 3-2.
The sixth point was achieved by Graham Farrow in another close singles encounter when he defeated Paul Palmer over the best of five legs.
Ker St Social Club came from behind and took the last two singles to win by the narrowest of margins at Kings Arms B while Octagaon Social Club and Kings B both won in double figures when defeating St Levan Inn 10-1 and Victoria 11-0, respectively.
Maritime B overcame Clifton A 7-4 and had Neil White as their leading marksman with 13 throws of a ton or more which included two 180 scores.
Plympton Cons B overcame The Albemarle 9-2 and had John Petherick taking out a leg in 13 before going on to a 3-1 singles success.
In the best encounter of the evening Steve Hiscox (21, 16 17) edged out Quinton Taylor (18, 18) 3-2. Taylor was the top individual scorer throughout the match with 16 ton plus scores.
Hyde Park Social Club won 7-4 away at The Fawn and also achieved the week’s highest checkout when Mike Connell finished at the first time of asking from 140.
Other notable outshots from across the boards were delivered by: Neil Whihte (121), Teresa Brookshaw (120), James Duke (103), Phil Hoyle (100), Quinton Taylor (100), Chrissie Kinnaird (100).