FAWN B have strung together some impressive results as of late in the Porters Function Room 501 Top 20 League and although they are in fifth place, are only seven points off the second placed berth.
They dropped just a single point when disposing of Cherry Tree, achieving no fewer than 66 throws of a ton or more with Dave Jones (100x14), Robbie Newland (100x13) and Harry Harrison (100x12) at the helm.
The Greenbank team also recorded the week’s top checkout through Dave Hall (pictured) when he finished at the first time of asking from 156.
Porters Patriots will commence 2019 protecting a 15-match unbeaten run following their 9-2 success away at Kings Arms with John Mann (100x13) as their leading marksman.
Tony Gordon notched two maximums for the Oreston side and team mate Reg Matthews (100x13) was their only individual winner.
Octagon Social Club defeated Indian Inn B 10-1 while Victory A triumphed 7-4 at Maritime Marauders in a match that produced 110 throws of a ton or more.
Mike Pearce (100x15) caught the eye for Marauders when hitting two maximums in a 3-2 victory, with all winning legs being won in 17.
Fawn A won by odd game of 11 away at Duchy of Cornwall while Mike Whatley (100x14) inspired The Office to an 8-3 victory away at Indian Inn A.
Maria O’Brien (100x12) continued her recent good form and was well supported by Kieran Burns (100x11) as Brewery Tap secured all but one of the 11 points that were on offer when hosting Maritime Nutters.
Lewis Dare (100x14) was Falstaff’s only individual success as they succumbed to a 7-4 defeat against Maritime Musketeers while Maritime Governors won 8-3 at Victory B.
Keelan Kay (100x13) was their leading marksman and he partnered Jason Pinkerton to a 2-0 doubles win, with one of the 601 legs being claimed in 18 darts.
Porters Pretenders were another side to win in double figures, achieving a 10-point haul when hosting Compton Social Club.
Mark Shears (27.83) emerged a 3-0 winner in 22, 16 and 16 while Porters were also prominent in the doubles.
Mark Yeoman and Jon Matlock won claiming a leg in 20, while a 601 leg in 19 was achieved by Scott Wapshott and Alan Masters.
Despite an absence away from the oche, Paul Flower showed he had lost none of his prowess when firing in a checkout of 149, while other prominent outshots were achieved by: Paul Gavican (133), Kev Marlow (120), Keelan Kay (118), Andy Bates (116), Ryan Parker (113), Darren Collis (113), Steve Pearce (107), Harry Harrison (100).