Leaders Trad-ing Places

The Tradesmans A took full advantage of the lack of activity for the St Johnston A with an 11-2 victory over the Ker St.


Mike O'Brien was once again prominent for the home side with eleven three figure scores as they powered to a 9-0 lead.


The King Billy also leapfrogged St Johnston A into second spot after an equalling the Tradesmans A's eleven leg haul in their away tie at the St Johnston B.


Billy Boys John Abbott and Andrew Nation plundered one each of three maximums in this one with Sean Taylor also notching one on the board for the Keyham side.



Nation (28.60) also secured the week's least number of darts with a brilliant 35 dart 1001 leg in his singles.


The Steampacket are now joint third in the standings after their 9-4 win away at the Pennycross.


After going 7-1 down, the Pennycross rallied to share the individual phase, which included a maximum for Ian Targett.


Also 9-4 winners were the Tradesmans B over the Grenville with Paul Bowen setting a new season's best checkout with a magnificent 129.



Biggest winners of the week were the Octagon who took all available points on offer in their home game with The Lugger.


Jodie Hawton showed her finishing prowess with a cool 70 kill for the Stonehouse side.


Despite his Indian team's 7-6 defeat to the Queens Arms, former Devon marksman Mark Hatherley (25.67) was in top for with eleven tons and a 39 dart individuals.



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