Hatherley No Flash In The Pan

Individual leader Mark Hatherley buried two maximums in Indian's 7-6 defeat against King Billy and kept his name at the top of the singles leader board with a win in the Plymouth and District Friday Darts League.



After a topsy-turvy affair, Joe Honeywill scored a maximum for the Devonport based hosts to make the score 6-6 before Andrew Nation brought his team home with a fine individual success.


Mike O'Brien (26.34) hit twelve ton plusses and a 1001 leg in 38 as leaders Tradesmans A chalked up a 10-3 win over Pennycross.



Teammate Jayden Dodd also notched the highest checkout of the week in the same match with a fine 80 kill in one visit.


Kieran Burns was top scorer with eleven tons as St Johnston A closed the gap at the top to fourteen points after their 12-1 win away at Steampacket.



With St Johnston A having thirteen more points for which to play in the run in due to a game in hand, every point dropped may prove pivotal in the deciding the direction of the title.


Richard Lynch fired the lion's share of three 180s and ten tons overall as Kings Tamerton defeated Grenville by an 8-5 scoreline.



Paul Sanders added the other whilst Harry Harrison chalked up a 76 checkout in a decent performance by the St Judes side that allowed them to move off the bottom of the standings.


After a good run of form, Queens Arms were downed by an 8-5 score against visitors from Stonehouse, the Octagon.

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