THE Patriots consolidated their position at the top of the Porters Function Room 501 Top 20 League when defeating Maritime Governors 7-4 in a fixture that saw six maximum throws recorded.
Danny Allen hit two of them in a 3-2 win for Governors and his team-mate Jason Pinkerton caught the eye when winning 3-0, aided by a leg in 14.
Top scorers for the winners were John Mann (100x12) and Scott Cook (100x12).
Paul Flower (pictured) recorded the week’s highest checkout of 158, inspiring Victory Inn A to a 10-1 defeat of Torpoint Cons while Fawn B also won on the road and overcame Indian Inn 9-2.
Robbie Newland (100x14) top scored for Fawn while Fred Goldsmith emerged a 3-0 singles winner with his best leg being won in 15.
Kings Arms are up in second place after a 10-1 defeat of Maritime Nutters and had Paul Palmer hitting two maximums in a 3-0 singles victory which included a leg in 15.
A 601 doubles victory in 17 darts, executed by Ralph Lancaster (100x12) and Dave Pethick was the highlight of Octagon’s 9-2 success away at Victory Inn B while Maritime Musketeers won 8-3 at Brewery Tap.
Joint top scorers for Musketeers were Kenny McCollum (100x13) and Peter Holland (100x13) while Maria O’Brien (100x12) replied for the hosts.
The Office edged out Porters Pretenders 6-5 but the scoreline could have been so different after four of the six singles won by the winners went the full five legs.
Maritime Misfits defeated Falstaff 7-4 but not before the Southway side had Brian Tritton winning 3-1, aided by a 15-darter which he finished with a kill of 150.
Also on target with three-figure checkouts were: Scott Cook (130), Paul Palmer (127), Paul Gavican (120), Fred Goldsmith (116), Dan Brazier (112), Lee Agar (108), Alan Ewing (108), Tony Perkin (108), Jason Pinkerton (107), Antony Hayman (105), James Duke (100).
The Office will now be playing all future home games at the King Billy which was formerly The Bristol Castle.