Levy Ladies In Seventh Heaven In Devon Super League
Levy Ladies tore apart their Golden Girls opposition in a remarkable 7-0 win in which they dropped just five legs to get their title bid up and running.
Anna Johnson (14.88) got proceeding up and running with a fine 3-0 win over Heather Foley (11.36) before Anne Plows (15.90) checked 105 in 21 dart first leg of the second tie against Hayley Brant (18.21).
This seemed to spur Brant on as she replied with a 21 dart leg of her own before closing the match out for a 3-1 win.
Wendy Johnson (11.86) then battled to a 3-2 win over Lucy Piper (12.49) before Sarah Brown (14.88) won a leg in 21 in her 3-0 win over Rose Cooper (11.09).
Chrissie Kinnaird (19.52) then showed all of the class that's made her a Devon stalwart to win 3-0 against Stacey Thorne (15.10).
Devon's Cat Callard (12.59) wasn't at her usual best, dropping a leg before recovering to a 3-1 victory.
Veteran of 132 Devon caps, Trish Penberthy (15.11), then closed out the match with another 3-1 win for the Levy Ladies; Cathy Treanor (11.92) the latest victim.
Victory Girls completed a double success for Plymouth based teams with a 5-2 win at Creddy Ladies.
Lisa Aston (13.41) could've made lighter work of her 3-1 win over Sarah Bevan (11.69) if it wasn't for double trouble before Kim Reilly produced a 73 checkout in her 3-0 defeat of Kate Miller, which put the visitors 2-0 up.
Jodie Hawton (15.17) produced a fine scoring performance, which included a 21 dart leg, in her 3-1 win over Becki Gebler (11.94) to put the Honicknowle side on the brink of success.
Hawton's average suffered considerably thanks to some sloppy finishing but a much improved display caught the eye of Devon selectors after a recall to the county fold.
Zara Crimp (13.41) then went down 3-0 to recently crowned Devon Open winner Michelle Andrews (14.59) before Cleo Trelease (13.07) secured the win for her side with a 3-0 win over Kirsty Woodward (12.68).
Sue Pullen (13.07) then added a fifth success of the night for her team with another 3-0 success; this time over Jaime Huda (10.69).
Lisa Hughes (16.13) restored some pride for her Crediton side with a 3-1 win over Tammy Kittle (14.87).