Octagon produce excellent performances in 10-1 win
OCTAGON Social Club secured all but one of the 11 points that were on offer when they visited Ker St A in their Plymouth City Super League fixture and produced some excellent performances which began with a 30-dart doubles success for Lee Hellings (pictured) and Fred Goldsmith (33.37).
Hellings (26.84) then went on to win his individual game in 16, 19 and 21 and was supported by Alfie Ford (24.64) a winner in 19, 21 and 21 and Dave Matthews who notched three maximums in his 3-1 victory.
Brewery Tap maintained their dominance at the top of the table with an emphatic 10-1 victory away at Kings Arms B, putting 60 throws of a ton or more on the scoreboard.
There were eight maximums throughout the fixture, three of which were from Dave Johns for the Oreston side before John Mann won 3-0 for the “Tap”, with his best leg coming in just 11 darts.
The Fawn returned to winning ways when defeating their Greenbank neighbours, The Clifton by an 8-3 margin.
Simon Stevenson, in winning 3-0, finished a 12-darter with the week’s highest checkout of 141 while team-mate Dave Clemson also caught the eye when he won 3-2, aided by a 14-dart leg.
Colin Sloman top scored with 13 throws of a ton or more for Kings Arms A in their 11-0 drubbing of Hyde Park while Steam Packet won 8-3 away at Cherry Tree.
Victory Inn A won 10-1 away at Bluebird Bandits, the same winning scoreline that was also achieved by The Staddy when hosting Ker St B.
The Staddy achieved 62 three-figure throws between them, led by Warren Gordon (100x14) and Simon Kelly (100x13) who, in winning 3-2, achieved his best game in 13 darts.
Victoria won by the narrowest of margins on their visit to Victory Inn B while Kings Tamerton CC were 7-4 winners at Plympton Cons B.
Mark Gilbery hit three 180s and Phil Hoyle won 3-0 aided by a 14-darter as Maritime A won 7-4 against their stablemates Maritime B.
St Levan Inn belied their league position to take Bluebird A to the wire.
The Keyham side were seven places below their opponents but rallied well in the singles, aided by 3-0 victories from Sarah Brown, Hayley Brant and Anna Johnson but at 5-5, Glenn Halford (100x12) won the decisive sixth point for Bluebird.
Notable outshots were achieved by: Jason Pinkerton (137), Hayley Brant (129), James Baker (120), Fred Goldsmith (116), Malcolm Johns (106), Shaun Dring (100).