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Glenn Halford notched a brilliant sixteen three figure scores in his Bluebird C team's 6-5 win over King Billy in the Monday Premier League.



A couple of those big scores came in the form of a 100 checkout and one of two 180s hit by the Compton team, with Nick Perring claiming the other.


Halford added an 18 dart leg to a good evening's work in a 3-1 win that keeps him joint second in the individual table with five others.



Callum Strickson was also prominent for the Bluebird with ten tons whilst Andrew Cook fired back eleven three figure scores of his own; the highest total for his team.


John Mann was his imperious best with fifteen three figure scores in leader's 7-4 win over Indian A; three of which were maximum scores of 180.



The next best total of three figure scores in the tie came from teammate Mike O'Brien with twelve whilst Harry Bull fired in ten of his own for the defeated Stoke side.


Bull was phenomenal in the individual phase of play with legs of 13 and 12 and two maximums of his own whilst there were as many as five ton plus finishes between the two teams.



Shaun Dring followed his game high 130 with a 120 checkout and Glyn Wells took out 110 and 100 for the Stonehouse team.


Those efforts from Wells were beaten by his teammate Fred Goldsmith who finished in three from 113 and was one of two players to hit an 18 darter as Mann secured the other.



Dring's 15 dart leg was another highlight for the defeated team who certainly more than held their own during the contest with the top team in the league so far.


Octagon A are now just six points behind their title rivals with a game in hand having secured a 10-1 win over Bluebird A.



Lee Hellings was top scorer in the contest with a massive fifteen ton plusses on the night putting him way out in front of all players playing in this particular game.


Hellings 18 darter in the singles phase was beaten by teammate Jayden Dodd's leg in 16 whilst John Owen joined Hellings in achieving the feat of finishing within six completed visits to the board for the Compton team.



Dodd was one of two Octagon players that scored maximums, Alfie Ford hitting the other, whilst their teammate Paul Palmer secured the highest finish of 110.


Joint biggest winners of the week were the Victory B with Paul Goundry contributing thirteen three figure scores in a 10-1 over Bluebird B.



Two of those were maximums with Wayne Oddie firing one back for the Compton team; one of eleven tons individually.


Scott Cook was the next highest scoring player to Goundry with twelve three figure scores, one of which was the biggest finish of the week; a 155 three dart combo.



That finish beat teammate Dan Johnson's 111 kill in his 3-1 singles win and a 105 from Shane Victor in the same tie.


Goundry claimed the lowest number of darts with a 15 dart leg, which usurped Paddy Archibald's 16 darter.



Liam Page finished from 130 during his first outing for the bottom side Firkin Scholar and teammate Brum Jeavons scored a maximum 180 during the tie.


However, that wasn't enough to stop Victory A from succeeding 8-3 with plaudits mostly going to Quinton Taylor whose eleven ton haul included a checkout of 138.



Simon Washington top scored with ten ton plusses for the Octagon B who returned from their visit to the Union Inn with a 6-5 win.


The teams shared two maximums with Steve Towl notching for the Plympton team and Lee Wyatt returning with one of his own for the victors.



Wyatt also chalked up a finish of 96 whilst teammate Steve Daley rolled back the years with an 18 darter; the lowest of the tie.

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