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Hayman two darts away from perfect nine-dart game

November 8, 2019

ANTONY Hayman (pictured) showed his prowess once again in the Monday Premier League when he came within two darts of the perfect game before having to settle for a leg in 11.


Inspiring Brewery Tap to victory by the narrowest of margins against Bluebird C, the marksman hit three 180s in a 3-1 victory over Glenn Austin, taking his season’s tally to 16 from 12 matches.


Hayman, in winning the sixth and decisive point, also hit a 14-darter as did his team-mate Scott Cook.

 Octagon A won 7-4 away at Porters A and increased their lead at the top of the table to 15 points.


They had Lee Hellings putting up14 scores of a ton or more which included an outshot of 156 while top scorer was Lewis Dare (100x16) for Porters.


Octagon B overcame Victory Inn B 8-3 with Mike Miller winning 3-0, aided by a leg in 15 and Andrew Waters (100x11) as their top scorer.


Jason Dickson (100x11) caught the eye for Victory Inn B when he emerged as their only singles winner.


Firkin Scholar defeated Bluebird D 9-2 and had Frankie Stout (24.64) winning 3-0 in 19, 20 and 22.


Brian Lumsdon also gave a good account of himself and top scored with 12 ton plus scores, eight of the which came in a 3-0 singles victory.


Victory Inn A hosted a competitive fixture against Maritime which they edged 6-5 and saw six maximums recorded.


Tony Tasker (27.83) won 3-0 in 20, 17 and 17 and was well supported by Darren Collis (27.33) who emerged a 3-0 winner in 17, 21 and 17.


Best for Maritime was Kieran Burns (27.33) whose 3-0 win came in 15, 18 and 22.


Porters B won 8-3 away at Ford Hotel while Danny Bull (100x12) top scored as Indian Inn A secured all but one of the 11 points that were on offer against their stablemates Indian B.


Third placed Steam Packet were another side to win by a 10-1 margin and they still have the advantage of two matches in hand on the leaders.


They recorded 59 scores of a ton or more with their leading marksmen being Alex Brown (100x14) and Luke Johnson (100x12).


Quinton Taylor (27.33) gave a good account of himself in the singles when winning 3-0 in 18, 18 and 19.


The only point won by Plympton Cons was gained by Nathan Langdon (100x12).


In a much closer encounter, The Tradesman won by the narrowest of margins away at Bluebird B, the highlight being a 3-0 win for John Mann (31.98) in 15, 16 and 16.


Keith Lemon brought the sides level at 5-5 only for Paul Tackle to win the decider 3-1.


The week’s top checkout was executed by Brewery Tap’s Paul Gavican with a mark of 160 while other notable outshots were also achieved by: Mark Williams (135), Daniel Sheikh (115), Dave Harbin (112), Brian Lumsdon (103), Dave Meyrick (102).


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