King Billy Extend Lead In Superleague

King Billy gained another point on their title rivals, Victory A after a 9-2 win at St Levans.



Despite the heavy defeat, St Levans Tex Pearce was the top scorer in this one with eleven tons.


Teammates Hayley Brant and Sarah Brown also added to the maximum column with Billy Boys' Jason Pinkerton adding one of his own for the victors.



Pinkerton also claimed the highest finish of the match with a fine 113 checkout in this contest.


Victory A dropped a further point back after their 8-3 win over stablemates Victory C.



Mark Shears notched twelve tons with Mark Gilbery (30.06) hitting eleven of his own, one of which was a fine 108 finish; aiding him to a 3-0 win in 15,17,18 darts.


Lewis Dare and Scott Cook both had maximums in their singles wins with teammate Paul Goundry also reaching double figures in tons.



George Beckett was in fine form notching a 122 finish and eleven other ton plusses as his Steampacket side continued their unbeaten start to the season; winning 7-4 away at Victoria.


Teammates Matt Thompson and Marc Webber shared three 180s, the former hitting a brace and Steve Williams firing back one for the defeated home side.



Bluebird A remain fourth after their 6-5 defeat if Cherry Tree with Glenn Halford his usual stunning best notching thirteen three figure scores including a maximum.


Kev Rice and Glenn Austin both joined Halford in the 180 column before Tony Teal used all his experience to navigate his side home in a final leg decider.



Joint with the Compton side in the standings now sit the Octagon who continued their impressive start with a 7-4 win over Ker St.


Neil White (25.58) was at his imperious best with fourteen tons whilst teammate Alfie Ford hit twelve of his own including a brace of maximums.



Lee Hellings (24.87) also hit double figures for tons, which also included a 103 checkout that was only beaten in the contest by White's 109.


White joined teammate Ford in the 180 column with Ker Street's Paul Takle picking up one for the Devonport side.



Raffles drew level with Colebrook in seventh after becoming the only team win in double figures; a 10-1 win at Kings Arms A.


Harry Bull through a phenomenal 12 dart leg (100,180,66,155) which ended with the highest checkout of the week.



Teammates Alec Turner and Tony Reid joined Bull by hitting a maximum each and Peter Down was in good form with ten tons despite ending on the losing side.


Ten tons from Steve Hiscox aided his Colebrook team's progress to an 8-3 win that included a 16 darter from the Plympton stalwart.



Mick Harding checked a fine 78 finish and Andy Bond added a maximum in a successful night for the Colebrook.


There was mixed fortunes for the Fawn teams with the A team winning at home 8-3 versus winless Hyde Park whilst the B team lost 7-4 at local rivals Saltram.


Despite two maximums; one each from Hyde Park's Ben Walsh and Mike Trim, they could not avoid defeat with Simon Stevenson adding one of his own for the home side.



The highlight of Saltram's win was the sixteen tons hit between Simon Kelly and Mark Sargeant in a 3-2 success for the former.


This haul contributed to the pair both reaching double figures with Kelly hitting thirteen and Sargeant ten.


Kelly also produced the highest finish of the match with a fine 115 kill in an excellent night individually.


Fawn's neighbours the Clifton claimed their second success of the season with a 7-4 win over Kings B.



Andy Pengelly was in good form with a 15 darter whilst Steve Mayne and Martyn Down showed brief moments of brilliance with a maximum and 98 checkout.

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