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Porters go top as Octagon lose for only second time

November 9, 2018

PORTERS are the new leaders of the Plymouth City Super League after taking maximum points from their visit to Maritime C while previous table-toppers Octagon Social Club drop down into second spot after being edged out 6-5 at home to The Tradesman.

 

Octagon battled back from a 4-1 deficit to draw level at 5-5 when Alfie Ford defeated Neil Reid (180x2) 3-2, before Paul Tackle won the 11th and decisive points with a 3-1 victory over Octagon’s Dave Hall.

 

Kings Arms inflicted on The Clifton an 11-0 whitewash while St Levan Inn and The Albermarle both won 7-4 against Compton Social Club and Ships Tavern respectively.

 

 Cherry Tree defeated Ker St Social Club 8-3, the same winning scoreline that was also achieved by Maritime A when hosting The Staddy with Neil White (100x11) and Quinton Taylor (100x11) as their leading marksmen.

 

No fewer than eight maximums were recorded in Maritime B’s 8-3 defeat of The Fawn with Phil Hoyle notching a brace for the winners.

 

Shaun Dring (pictured left) was consistent throughout with 13 throws of a ton or more which included a checkout of 126 while Dan Bunney top scored for The Fawn, hitting 12 ton plus throws which included two maximums.

 

Glen Halford (100x16) inspired The Bluebird to a 9-2 success away at Victoria while Plympton Cons A consolidated third spot with a 10-1 win against their stablemates Cons B.

 

Colin Lock pushed Simon Stevenson the full distance before being edged out 3-2 but recorded the week’s highest checkout with a mark of 155.

 

Other notable outshots were recorded by: Mike Trim (122), Kelvin Rowe (107), James Stoodley (105), Dave Johns (104), Jason Goldsmith (104), Steve Duke (101).

 

 

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