Cherry Tree March On

Cherry Tree A made it six from six with an 8-3 win over Ker Street B to stretch their lead at the top of Division A to ten points.

Marc Webber impressed with a fine 94 checkout for the home side who took a 4-0 lead before the Devonport side managed to register a point on the board.

Teammate Dave Lee also finished with a fine 90 kill in another successful outing for the Pennycross side.

Second placed Weston Mill Oak Villa B suffered a a second defeat of the season to third placed Ker Street C.

There was forty three figure scores put on the board between the teams; twenty-one of which were for the defeated team and one of these was a fine 103 checkout by Chris Lancaster Snr.

One point further back from the Ker St in fourth are The Lugger who won 8-3 against bottom side Cherry Tree B in a contest were The Lugger went as many as 7-1 up before losing two out of three of the final singles games.

Treve Sanders checked a 92 as his St Levans side won 7-4 at home to Mainstone in a contest where they were 3-2 down before winning five out of six singles games.

Logan Carroll secured the only maximum in Division A in his Weston Mill Oak Villa A side's narrow home defeat to Pennycross by the odd leg in eleven.

In Division B, King Billy continue their impressive march to glory with a 10-1 win over the Octagon; their sixth from six starts so far.

The only ton plus of the night for the Octagon came from Andy Pengelly who had a 126 checkout in his 2-0 singles win.

Second placed Railway suffered a 6-5 turnaround at the Fortescue who had Lee Medway finishing from 182 in four darts.

This remarkable feat came from a maximum followed by double one taken out at the first time of asking.

The highest three dart finish however went to Railway's Mark Williams before Cody Rees Williams held his nerve to secure the victory for the Mutley team in the final singles match 2-0.

Ford closed to just two behind Railway with a 9-2 win away at Weston Mill whilst Falstaff dropped two behind into fourth with a 7-4 win over Ker Street D.

Tom Sargeant secured a final leg win for the Prince Maurice in their visit to the Shakespeare.

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