Jaden Out-Whitting All With Classy Finishing

Jaden Whitting had a magical night of three figure finishing with checkouts of 103 and 149 in Fawn B's 9-2 win over Victory B; the latter being the highest of the week in the Steve Chapman 501 League.

Whitting also helped himself to eight more ton plusses to take his individual count to ten; a total that was beaten by Neil White's fourteen ton haul.

White added a 17 darter to his maximum with Fred Goldsmith joining his teammate in achieving the feat of three trebles in one visit.

That was one of ten tons Goldsmith chalked up on the night whilst Richard Wheatley joined Cleo Trelease in achieving Goldsmith's act of double figures for the defeated Honicknowle side.

John Mann racked up no fewer than fourteen ton plusses in leaders King Billy A's 9-2 win over Fawn A with a 138 checkout and one of four maximums in the contest contributing to that total.

Mann won his singles tie 3-0 thank to legs of 15 and 16 darts, both of which were beaten by teammate Lee Doncaster's 13 darter in his 3-2 win.

Antony Hayman notched a brace of maximums on his way to ten ton plusses and helped himself to a 17 dart leg in his 3-0 win.

Mark Sargeant was one of only two winners for the Greenbank team thanks to the help of a maximum whilst teammate Bill Scannell finished from 118 in one visit in his 3-2 defeat.

Mike Pearce threw thirteen ton plusses but finished on the wrong end of a 6-5 loss as St Levans were beaten away at Kings Arms.

Two of those efforts were a maximum and a 121 checkout that helped the Devon stalwart to a 15 dart leg in his 3-2 singles win.

Warren Gordon hit a 180 for the Oreston team on his way to eleven ton plusses whilst it was Reg Matthews who brought home the win with a last leg deciding victory in the final tie of an entertaining encounter.

Victory A got the better of their rivals for the runners-up spot in the league, Octagon, with a 7-4 win that featured maximums from both sides with Kelvin Rowe and Lewis Dare firing.

Tony Tasker top scored with twelve tons for the Honicknowle team whilst Dave Pethick, Lee Hellings and Lewis Dare all chalked up eleven for the defeated Stonehouse team.

One of Quinton Taylor's ten tons was a 110 finish that was usurped by Pethick's brilliant 130 in three darts in a result that leaves Octagon with probably too much to do to secure second place in the table.

Current incumbents of second in the standings, King Billy B, won well at Cherry Tree in a 9-2 win thanks largely to twelve tons from Paul Gavican.

Gavican's teammates Mark Shears and Billy Evans also produced ten tons each with the latter winning a leg in 16 darts in his 3-0 individual success.

Scott Wapshott continued his good form with an accomplished 3-0 win that saw him hit the only 180 of the contest.

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