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Johnson Back To Best

Dan Johnson (26.34) produced an excellent display for the Tradesman's A with a 38 dart 1001 singles leg, which included 100 checkout highest finish of the week.

However, that performance didn't stop the top side having their lead cut to ten points as they slumped to an 8-5 defeat to the King Billy.

The Billy Boys were up by as many as 5-0 and 8-2 during the contest before the Stonehouse side made the score more respectable winning the last three individuals.

The win owed much to the performance of John Abbott who ploughed in ten ton plusses and a maximum on the night, which keeps the Devonport team third just twelve off the top with a game in hand.

Sandwiched between the two teams in second are the Octagon who also won 8-5 away at Ker St who remain bottom of the pile but still competitive.

Simon Washington (23.28) won his singles in 43 whilst Ryan Stubbs took the highest finish of the tie with a cool 81 kill for the Stonehouse team.

Tied for fourth thirteen off the top are the Tradesman's B and St Johnston A who won 7-6 and 11-2 against the Queens Arms and Mainstone respectively.

Undefeated Paul Bowen was the Tradesman's hero, winning the last leg decider to retain top spot in the individual table.

However, it was Steve Harris who was the top performer for the Queens Arms in this match; notching tons in double figures for the defeated side.

Title favourites St Johnston A themselves made it five from five with the aid of maximums from Kieran Burns and Glyn Wells.

As well as this, the Keyham side replicated Dan Johnson's 38 dart success in the first Trebles to take a share of the least number of darts prize for the week.

The second biggest winners of the week were the Pennycross who won 9-4 away at the Grenville whilst the Indian Inn won 8-5 against Kings Tamerton.

Mark Hatherley (24.41) showed good form for the home side with a 41 dart success, which included a maximum, and was joined in that column by the away team's John Brownlow.


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