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Scott Wapshott scored a fine thirteen ton plusses in King Billy's whitewash victory over Hyde Park in the Plymouth City Super League.
A dominant night was further accented by Wapshott's legs in 17 and 18 darts in his 3-0 singles win whilst Mark Yeoman produced one of three maximums overall, and a 14 darter in his 3-2 victory.
Antony Hayman was the second highest scoring player with twelve three figure scores whilst high checkout honours went to Matt Chegwin's 84 kill.
On a difficult night for bottom team in the league, the only green shoots were maximums for Lee Dennis and James Duke.
Kenny Visick joined teammate Simon Stevenson in top scoring with twelve tons in the Fawn A's 7-4 home defeat to Ker St.
Stevenson secured a magnificent 12 dart leg in one of only two singles won by the Greenbank team with the other going to Dave Roberts who chalked up ten three figure scores overall on his way to a 3-2 victory.
Paul Lamerton was the most prominent player for the victorious Devonport team after reaching double figures in tons and claiming a 3-2 victory in the individual phase.
Six maximums were shared between the Victory B and opponents Bluebird A with the latter hitting the lion's share in a 10-1 win.
A brace from Alan Masters followed earlier efforts from Jack McMinn and Glenn Halford who both added eleven more three figure scores to reach twelve tons for the night.
Masters also contributed a 13 darter in his 3-1 win whilst the other maximums went to Cleo Trelease and Mark Williams, who also won the only point for the defeated Honicknowle team.
Paul Goundry was at his brilliant best with twelve tons in Victory C's 9-2 win at Cherry Tree that also saw him claim the highest checkout of the week with a brilliant 152 finish.
That effort came in a 30 dart 1001 doubles game in which Goundry paired with Andrew Cook for a magnificent 33.66 single dart average.
Cook also reached ten tons for the evening whilst teammate Paddy Archibald also contributed a 106 checkout in his 3-1 loss to Dave Lee.
Lee himself was one of two Cherry Tree singles winners as he claimed a maximum on his way to that triumph.
Three ton plus finishes and two maximums helped Victory A to a 7-4 success over Bluebird Bandits as Mark Gilbery checked 126 and 113.
Gilbery also asserted his dominance with legs of 18 and 15 in his 3-0 win whilst Kelvin Rowe reached ten ton plusses for the second placed team.
Two of those were from a 119 shot out and a maximum with the other coming from Quinton Taylor on a solid night for the second placed team.
Andy Bond top scored for the Colebrook with ten ton plusses in their 8-3 win over Saltram as teammate Lee Doncaster also threw a match high checkout of 113.
Steampacket secured a 7-4 away win over Raffles thanks in part to George Beckett's ten ton plusses overall.
Adam Fell repeated the feat for the defeated Mutley team whilst Fell's teammate Eddie Bull secured a 112 finish in one visit.
Dave Johns scored ten tons but finished on the wrong end of a 7-4 loss as his Kings B team were downed by their A team in the Oreston pub derby.
Mike Sant produced a brace of maximums for the A team in their win whilst teammate Tony Sansom started a run of winning seven out of eight games after falling to 3-0 down earlier on.
John Leyreloup gave Fawn B a fifth success of the campaign in the final tie of the night in their visit to St Levans for a 6-5 success.
Mark Hopkins hit the only maximum for the Keyham side whilst Mark Sargeant chalked up a 17 darter in his dominant 3-0 win.