A Team Kings Of Billy Derby

King Billy A extended their lead in the Steve Chapman 501 League to fifteen points after a 9-2 win over their stablemates, the B team.

In a high class affair, no fewer than four A team players reached double figures in tons with John Mann and Andy Bates top scoring with twelve each.

Teammate Luke Johnson contributed eleven with Scott Cook nailing ten with Cook's brother, Andrew also bagging a brace of 180s.

The A side also dominated the business end of legs with Scott Cook's 106 checkout only beaten by Mann's 130.

Scott Cook shared the least number of darts honours with Mann's 15 darter, however Mann also added legs of 17 and 18.

Billy Evans was the B side's only real shining light with eleven tons including a maximum.

Second placed Victory A fell as many as 4-2 behind before four maximums is as many legs meant the Honicknowle side survived a scare; ending the night triumphant 7-4 over Fawn B.

Quinton Taylor, Paul Goundry, Kelvin Rowe and Darren Collis all added their name to the 180 column with Dareen Smith also contributing one for the home side.

Despite falling to a defeat, Neil White top scored for the defeated team with fourteen ton plusses with teammate Lee Agar also adding eleven of his own.

Octagon and St Levans played out a highly entertaining battle with the former winning away 6-5.

Tex Pearce notched no fewer than eighteen ton plusses, which helped him to two 17 dart legs.

Lewis Dare, who was beaten by Pearce, ended with a magnificent fourteen ton plusses and teammate Alfie Ford bagged eleven of his own.

There was also six maximums with Mike Pearce hitting two of the three for the home side and the other going to Anna Johnson.

Dave Pethick joined Ford and Dare as maximum hitters, and their stablemate Tony Lamerton notched the highest checkout of the match with a fine 105 kill.

Kings Arms had as many as three players reaching double figures of tons in their big win over Torpoint Cons; a 9-2 victory.

Harry Bull top scored with thirteen, Warren Gordon hit twelve and Paul Palmer also notched ten.

Two of the big scores hit by Bull were 100 and 135 finishes; the latter giving him the highest checkout of the week.

Bull also contributed one to the 180 column with teammate Chrissie Kinnaird also hitting one and Paul Tackle replied with one of his own for the defeated side.

A little mini league of four teams at the bottom has developed with the four members meeting this week.

Cherry Tree and Victory B won 7-4 and 8-3 over Indian Inn and Fawn A respectively to give them a small cushion over bottom side Indian.

Tony Reid was in good form for the Cherry Tree with a maximum and a 110 finish.

Tony Conn and Dan Johnson top scored with eleven and ten tons each in their victory over Fawn A.

Teammate Kieran Harris also contributed a maximum, as did Mark Sargeant and Tony Turner for the Fawn.

Despite the defeat Mark Hempsall produced the highest finish in this contest with a fine 99 checkout.

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