Cherry On Top In Open League

The Cherry Tree A continue to blaze a trail in Division A after their 9-2 success over Weston Mill Oak Villa A leaving them still undefeated after five games.


Star performer for the Pennycross side was George Beckett who banged in nine of twenty-six team ton plusses, a 19 dart leg, a maximum and a 90 finish in a brilliant Bull, D20 combination during this outing.


The Weston Mill Oak Villa B now comfortably occupy second place after a 10-1 win over Cherry Tree stablemates, the B team.


Nine points further back are the Ker St B who won a last leg decider against the St Levans.


Despite outscoring the Devonport side by nineteen to eight in the three figure score column, one of which was a 100 checkout from Martin Hembry, the Keyham team went down when Martin Dean won the final leg.


Ker St C also won by the odd leg in eleven in barn stormer with The Lugger.


The two sides plundered forty-six tons between them, which included a maximum for former Champion of Champions Finalist, Robbie Bisgrove.



Another close run contest involved the Mainstone and Pennycross in which the away side came out on top by six legs to five.


In Division B the King Billy made it five from five with a 7-4 away victory against the Ford.


The highlight of the match however came from Nick Wills cool 93 checkout for the home side in a doubles success.


Despite already going down twice this campaign, The Railway are only two points off the lead after a 10-1 trouncing of The Falstaff.


In spite of the score line, the two sides shared the forty-two ton plusses fairly evenly, one of which was a superb 111 kill from Railway's Paul Jacobson.


And finally the Fortescue and Prince Maurice beat the winless duo Ker St D and Weston Mill Hotel 8-3 and 7-4 respectively.


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