Rampant Patriots push their unassailable lead to 31 pts

PATRIOTS were one of only two teams to win in double figures and in achieving their 19th straight victory of the Porters Function Room 501 Top 20 League campaign, increased their unassailable lead to 31 points.

They recorded no fewer than 60 throws of a ton or more in their 11-0 whitewash of Victory Inn B with Paul Gavican (100x13) as their leading exponent.

Antony Hayman (28.36) was the form player in the individual phases and emerged a 3-0 winner in 16, 16 and 21.

Maritime Misfits secured all but one of the 11 points on offer when hosting their stablemates Maritime Nutters and had Jordan Searle (pictured) registering the week’s top checkout of 156.

Phil Hoyle was on target with a brace of 180s only for young Frankie Stout to come up with three maximums on the night.

Two 180s in a 3-0 singles victory by Tom Full was the highlight of Torpoint Cons’ 7-4 triumph away at The Clifton while winning by the same margin were Indian Inn away at Cherry Tree.

A well contested fixture between Maritime Governors and Maritime Musketeers saw the Musketeers win by the odd point.

Daniel Sheikh defeated Lee Agar (100x13) 3-2, aided by legs in 16 and 15 and in another close encounter Peter Holland (100x11) edged out Lee Hellings 3-2, despite two maximums from Hellings.

Danny Allen was consistent throughout for the Governors and was their top scorer with 13 throws of a ton or more.

Victory Inn A put 106 throws of a ton or more on the scoreboard before defeating Porters Pretenders 7-4, inspired by Scott Lawrey (26.37) who emerged a 3-0 winner in 17, 19 and 21.

Alfie Ford top scored with no fewer than 18 ton plus throws but could not prevent Octagon from going down 7-4 to Kings Arms.

Chrissie Kinnaird (26.37) produced the best performance in the individual phases and won 3-0 in 21, 15 and 21 for the Oreston side.

King Billy won 3-0 away at Fawn A the same winning scoreline that was also achieved by Fawn B at Falstaff.

Robbie Newland and Jaden Whitting (100x15) won their doubles 2-0, after taking the opening 601 leg in 16 darts before Fred Goldsmith (100x14) and Dave Hall emerged 2-1 winners in 19 and 18, clinching the third leg with an outshot of 136 by Goldsmith.

Also on target were: Reg Matthews (138), Liam Campbell (120), Paddy Archibald (118), Paul Flower (110), Ralph Lancaster (110), Kayleigh Adams (110), Paul Hoare (105), Lee Agar (104), Tom Full (103), Simon Washington (100).

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