Mann Goes Max Mad In Monday Premier

John Mann produced no fewer than three maximums on his way to eleven ton plusses; some of which aided him to legs of 17 and 18 darts in his 3-o individual win.



However, this performance wasn't enough to help Mann's Tradesmans' side to take advantage of leaders Victory B's inactivity as the Stonehouse side only managed a 7-4 win over Bluebird C to remain three behind the leaders.


This was due to the form of Nick Perring who was one of a couple of outstanding performers for the Compton side on the night thanks to a brace of maximums.



Glenn Halford also produced a leg of 18 and eleven tons; one of which was the highest checkout of the week with a fine 142 three dart combination.


Jaden Whitting produced ten tons with a 102 outshot for Tradesmans with teammates Fred Goldsmith hitting a sixth maximum of the match and Alec Turner a 17 darter to help their side over the line.



Simon Washington produced a brace of 180s and teammate Dave Wyatt hit a game high 120 checkout as the Octagon B won 7-4 at bottom side Firkin Scholar.


Indian B won a derby match with their A team 6-5 but it was Harry Bull who was one of the stars of the show with two maximums.



Bull's teammate and father, Danny Bull, also ploughed in a maximum for his side and Mike Whatley was also prominent with twelve ton plusses.


One of those three figure scores was a 109 checkout, which beat Matt Nicholson's effort of 100 for the B team.


Antony Hayman's thirteen ton haul couldn't stop his King Billy team going down 6-5 to the Bluebird A who won in a last leg decider.



Hayman (29.47) showed his undoubted class in the singles phase with a brilliant 3-0 win in 16,17,18 darts.


Alan Masters produced a 17 darter for the victors and was one of two players to hit eleven tons as Jack McMinn was the other.


There was a 180 a piece for the Compton side's Keith Whitley and Devonport team's Matt Chegwin before McMinn won the decider 3-2 to the delight of his teammates.



Victory A's Quinton Taylor notched eleven tons with Dan Hurley repeating the feat for Bluebird B as the Honicknowle side won 7-4 at home.


Taylor hit the highest of four ton plus finishes for his team with a 123 checkout; the others coming from Richard Wheatley's 110 and Tony Tasker's 120 and 100 efforts.



Their teammate Darren Collis produced the lowest number of darts for the week across the entire league with a leg in 15 darts.


Octagon A did their title credentials no harm with a 10-1 win over Union Inn thanks to the form of Paul Palmer and Alfie Ford who both reached double figures in tons.



Neil White took out the highest finish of the match with a 108 kill and also had the only maximum of the contest.


White and Palmer also shared the highest singles average; both with a respectable 26.07 in 3-0 wins for the pair.



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