THERE were not many achievements to report from the most recent fixtures of the Plymouth and District Friday League, but one of note was a checkout by Simon Godfrey (pictured) which set a new mark for the season’s best.
His finish of 156 came in an 11-2 victory for Kings Tamerton CC when hosting Dinky Diner B while the best game of the week was won in 34 by Antony Hayman (29.44), who inspired Brewery Tap A to an 8-5 win against The Tradesman.
Sid Smith was on target with an outshot of 107 but finished up on the wrong end of a 10-3 scoreline when Royal Naval Arms B were defeated by Octagon SC.
Neal Hotchkiss was on target with three maximums as Steam Packet restricted Queens Dock to just a single point while Glynn Wells (27.05) once again caught the eye.
Wells top-scored with 13 throws of a ton or more and won his singles in 37, which was the highlight of City Social A’s 13-0 drubbing of Pennycross SC.
Results: Indian Inn B 9, Brewery Tap B 4; The Windmill 6, Indian Inn A 7; Royal Naval Arms A 13, Victory Inn 0; Queen and Constitution 1, Mainstone CC 12; Bull and Bush 6, The Fawn 7; Dinky Diner A 11, Porters 2; City Social C 3, Weston Mill OV 10.