It's Brown Girl's Outer Ring

Sarah Brown notched the highest of the week, a magnificent 148 kill, in St Levans 7-4 victory over Victoria in the Plymouth City Super League.



Brown also added an 18 dart leg to her night and no fewer than three players found a maximum with Brown's teammate John Sturdy firing for the victorious visitors.


Steve Williams and Gary Eaton hit one each in the only two singles games won by the Plymstock side on a disappointing night for them.



Scott Cook chalked up no fewer than fifteen three figure scores overall, including a 180, in a 7-4 win for the Victory C over Raffles.


Andrew Cook hit a 13 darter and bettered his brother's maxi count with a brace whilst Harry Bull replied with one for the defeated Mutley team.



Alec Turner top scored for Raffles with eleven ton plusses whilst teammate Danny Bull notched the highest checkout with a fine 110 finish in a 3-1 win.


Antony Hayman produced his usual vintage with fifteen three figure scores as leaders King Billy defeated the Cherry Tree by an 8-3 scoreline.



Included Hayman's haul was no fewer than three maximums with two of those coming in the same 11 dart leg (180,121,180,20).


Hayman (32.67) also added a 17 and 18 dart leg to the leg in 11 in his 3-0 win whilst teammate Scott Wapshott was almost equally as impressive with fourteen ton plusses.



Wapshott added two maximums to his total and paired with Mark Yeoman (28.60) for a 35 dart 1001 leg in the doubles.


Yeoman himself bagged an 18 darter in his 3-0 singles win whilst teammate Paul Hoare hit a sixth 180 for the champions-elect.



A fifth King Billy player adding something of note was Paul Palmer with a 17 dart leg in his 3-0 win whilst Dave Lee, Steve Mills and Bob Wood all chalked up maximums for the defeated team.


Lee also added a 116 checkout and Wood fired in a 16 darter as the pair both won their singles to make the scoreline a little more respectable.



George Beckett fired thirteen three figure scores and teammate Neal Hotchkiss reached ten in a 6-5 defeat for the Steampacket against Clifton.


Dan Jewell fired ten of his own for the victors whilst Wayne Town was also prominent with a maximum and the highest finish of the contest; a 90 one visit checkout.



That effort beat Marc Webber's 88 for the defeated Devonport side whilst teammate Kayleigh Adams also fired in a maximum in a highly entertaining, topsy-turvy contest.


Kings Arms A were defeated 7-4 in their visit to the Bluebird Bandits, but not before Tony Sansom fired in thirteen tons for the evening.



Sansom claimed a maximum in that haul whilst Dan Hurley fired one back for the victors as well as the highest finish of 65 shared with the Oreston side's Colin Sloman.


Dale Halford had a fine singles game for the triumphant Compton team with a 16 darter on his way to a 3-0 victory.



Mark Williams finished the night with an eleven ton haul but ended on the wrong side of a 6-5 defeat as Victory B fell to visitors Fawn A.


Dave Roberts added a maximum to his ten tons for the Greenbank team whilst Ryan Harris fired a 180 back in a 3-0 win.



Kenny Visick nailed a 100 checkout on his way to a 3-2 singles win that was one of eight games to be decided by a single leg in the contest of eleven matchups.


Roger Backway produced ten tons and teammates Dave Johns and Rob Oak hit maximums as the King Arms B were defeated 6-5 by the Bluebird A.



James Stoodley replied with a 180 of his own whilst Kev Rice claimed the high checkout honours with a fine 80 finish in the second trebles.


Glenn Halford continued his dominance of the individual phase with legs of 17 and 18 in a 3-0 victory, which was one of four successes in singles matches to get the Compton team over the line.



Mike Bassett produced a 114 checkout on his way to a 3-0 win that was one of only two points the Fawn B won in their home game against Victory A that ended 9-2.


That win was aided by ten tons from both Mark Shears and Quinton Taylor whilst Mark Sargeant picked up a 17 darter in the other game the Greenbank team won; another 3-0 singles triumph.



Octagon gained a couple of points on the leading team with a 10-1 win over Saltram in which Lee Rodmell hit a brace of maximums.


Rodmell (26.96) was at his brilliant best with a 17 darter his 3-0 win whilst James Ewing (24.97) went one better with a 16 darter in his win by the same score.



Teammate Alfie Ford won a leg in 18 whilst Dave Pethick produced an 82 checkout, which was the highest recorded of the match.


Saltram's only notable contribution of a below par night for the team was a maximum from Devon youth star Frankie Stout.



Roger Bailey denied the Hyde Park a second success of the campaign with a 3-0 win in the last tie of the Ker St's 6-5 win over the bottom side.


Ian Heggie and Pete Lamerton both notched 180s whilst Paul Takle added an 86 checkout to his 17 darter in a show of strength from the Devonport team.


Ben Welsh fired a 17 darter of his own in a notable 3-1 singles win for the Peverell side who might feel slightly frustrated with the result having led 3-2 before the singles phase in which they lost the first two by the odd leg.

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