Patriots boast 20-point lead despite sitting out a bye
THE top five teams have now played the same number of matches in the Porters Function Room 501 Top 20 League and despite Porters Patriots sitting out their bye, they still have an impressive 20-point advantage at the top of the table.
Kings Arms consolidated third spot with an 11-0 whitewash of Indian Inn while Victory Inn A remain in second place after beating King Billy 9-2.
The highlight of the match was a 3-0 singles success for Scott Lawrey (26.84) in 17, 21 and 18.
Maritime Misfits were 8-3 winners away at Fawn A while Torpoint Cons and Falstaff both won 7-4 against Cherry Tree and Victory Inn B respectively.
There were some good performances from Brewery Tap players despite finally being beaten 7-4 by Octagon Social Club.
Kieran Burns and Maria O’Brien won their 601 doubles aided by a leg in 17, before OB edged out Octagon’s top scorer Alfie Ford (100x17) 3-2, with her best games coming in 18 and 15.
Burns top scored for Tap with 14 three-figure throws which included a brace of 180s.
Maritime Governors overcame their stablemates Maritime Nutters 8-3 and had Danny Allen and Dan Johnson both winning in three straight legs after having both hit a 15-dart leg.
In a well contested fixture, Porters Pretenders edged out Fawn B 6-5, the highlight being a 2-0 doubles success for Dan Brazier and Paul Tozer in 21 and 23 (27.32) before Brazier won the decisive sixth point when taking the last singles.
Fawn B had Dave Hall (pictured) registering the week’s highest checkout with a mark of 140 while other notable outshots were achieved by: Neil White (118), Matt Chegwin (112), Andy Waters (111), Danny Allen (107), Kelvin Rowe (107), Tony Lamerton (102), Rich Wheatley (101), Dave Algar (100).