Positions remain unaltered atop of Friday P&D League

THERE is little change at the top of the Plymouth and District Friday League after the leading five teams all won in double figures.

Second placed Kings Tamerton CC won 12-1 when hosting Railway Inn while table-toppers Royal Naval Arms A achieved an identical winning scoreline against Mainstone and were further buoyed when Andrew Nation’s outshot of 128 was never bettered.

City Social A plundered all 13 points at Queens Dock’s expense and equalled the week’s top game when Glynn Wells and Kieran Burns secured their doubles game in 31.

Burns (100x12) went on to top score which included a brace of 180s and Wells clinched his singles with an outshot of 116.

The Windmill claimed all but one of the 13 points that were on offer against visitors Pennycross SC and had Beau Carter checking out from 125 while Steve Marker (26.34) won his singles in 38 and Mark Shears (100x12 was their leading marksman.

A singles win in 35 for Antony Hayman (28.60) was the highlight of Brewery Tap A’s 12-1 success away at City Social C while Cherry Tree made a good recovery at Brewery Tap B and won the last four singles to prevail 8-5.

Neal Hotchkiss (pictured) equalled the week’s top game (32.29) in 31 darts, which included two throws of 180 while Paul Gavican (100x11) caught the eye in Indian Inn A’s 12-1 success at Bull and Bush.

Indian Inn B also came from behind and won the last two individual games to edge out The Fawn 7-6 while Weston Mill OV defeated Queen and Con 10-3 and there were 9-4 successes for both The Tradesman and Octagon Social Club against Dinky Diner A and Victory Inn respectively.

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