Prolific victory for Brewery Tap as they increase lead
BREWERY Tap enhanced their position at the top of the Plymouth City Super League with a prolific 11-0 drubbing of Ker St Social Club in which they put 54 ton plus throws on the scoreboard.
Eight of those were 180s, which included three from Scot Cook and two each from Andy Bates and Antony Hayman as they opened up a 16-point lead over second placed Octagon Social Club who do have a game in hand.
Plympton Cons A overcame Kings Arms B 7-4, the highlight being a 3-2 win for Kelvin Rowe (pictured) which included a 15-dart leg that he finished with the highest possible checkout of 170.
Dave Collins was also prominent and in winning 3-0, recorded his best leg in 13 darts.
Kings Tamerton Community Centre defeated Victory Inn B 9-2 and had Jason Pinkerton (100x13) as their leading marksman while the best singles of the match saw Dan Searle (100x11) edge out Ryan Harris (100x14) 3-2.
Bluebird A defeated Hyde Park 8-3, the same winning scoreline that was also achieved by Maritime A when hosting The Fawn.
Shaun Dring (26.37) won 3-0 in 18, 19 and 20 and Alex Turner (100x13) was their leading marksman while out of the five maximums recorded, Jonathan Easterbrook, and Simon Stevenson for Fawn, hit two each.
Anna Johnson (100x12) was consistent throughout for St Levan Inn as they achieved a 7-4 victory against Cherry Tree while Bluebird Bandits returned to winning ways and edged out The Clifton 6-5.
Another close encounter saw Victory Inn A win by the narrowest of margins when hosting The Staddy with Lewis Dare (26.37) emerging a 3-0 winner in 18, 19 and 20.
Plympton Cons B returned from Oreston with a 7-4 success after defeating Kings Arms A 7-4 while Octagon consolidated second spot with a 9-2 victory away at Victoria scoring no fewer than 61 throws of a ton or more with Lee Hellings (100x13) as their leading exponent.
Alfie Ford (24.64) was also prominent and won 3-0 in 19, 20 and 22.
Notable checkouts were achieved by: Neal Hotchkiss (160), John Mann (151), Scott Lawrey (124), Joe Bell (100), Henry Cooper (100).