Lee Shows He's No Don-key For 'Billy Boyz'

Lee Doncaster's magnificent twelve ton haul in a 9-2 win for Plymouth Open League Division A leaders King Billy A over St Levans was the main highlight of game week 4.

Doncaster also added the only 180 of a game in which the two teams notched fifty ton plusses between them with thirty-three of those going to the victors.

Robbie Bisgrove's maximum was the main highlight of a Ker St derby match between the B and C teams that was won 8-3 by the latter.

Cherry Tree B continue their great start to the season with a 9-2 win away at Mainstone that leaves them just two points off the lead.

In Division B, leaders Weston Mill Oak Villa made it four wins from four games thanks to an 8-3 win over Duchy that featured a maximum from Shane Roberts.

Neil White top scored for the Victory with eleven ton plusses as his team won 6-5 against Ker St A; a haul that contributed heavily to fifty ton plusses between the two sides.

Victory maybe slight disappointed with the result after building a 5-1 lead only to see the Devonport team battle back with four of the next five singles.

The only Victory success in that run was worked hard for by White who won 2-1 after withstanding a good performance from Nick Bromley who checked a leg in 91.

Another 91 finish on the same evening came from Libby Lockwood in Prince Maurice's 7-4 win over bottom side King Billy B.

Railway got their season up and running with a first win of the campaign, a 7-4 at Cherry Tree A, that featured a Keith Johnson maximum.

Two high class finishes from St Johnston A in Division C saw them extend their lead to seven points after a 7-4 win over Weston Mill.

Kevin Evans 100 checkout was one of thirty-three ton plusses between the two teams, with twenty-one going to the Keyham side.

That effort beat a 90 checkout from Gary Jeavons whilst the only maximum of the game came from Weston Mill's Leo Adams.

Another excellent one visit finish came from Colin Longley who finished from 94 in Ker St D's Devonport derby win over Half Moon.

Dan Capel's 91 checkout was the main highlight of a 6-5 defeat for the Jolly Miller as St Johnston B made it four wins from four starts in the division.

That success was majorly contributed to by Brian Lumsdon who reached ten tons for the Keyham team, which was over a third of all the tons in the entire game.

Queens Dock are now joint third with three other teams after they chalked up a second win of the season; a 7-4 triumph over Stoke Inn.

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