Paul Has A Ball In Victory B Victory

Victory B won 8-3 against Bluebird C in the Monday Premier League with Paul Goundry checking the highest finish of the week; a fine 156 three dart combo.



Goundry was also in good scoring form with a 180 and the least number of darts in the contest overall as he checked a brilliant 15 darter in a 3-1 singles success.


Scott Cook joined Goundry in adding his name to the maximum column whilst Tony Teal bagged a 127 checkout in the only noteworthy contribution from the Compton team.



King Billy moved up to third in the early standings after an 8-3 defeat of Cherry Tree A that was accented by a marvellous fifteen ton plus haul from Andrew Cook.


Cook was well supported by Scott Wapshott and Matt Chegwin in the win who notched a 17 dart leg and a maximum in their respective 3-0 and 3-1 singles wins.



John Mann dominated proceedings for leaders Tradesmans in their 9-2 at Victory A that saw as many as six 180s between the two sides.


Mann scored three of those that contributed to a fifteen three figure score personal tally whilst Mann (28.90) also added a 12 darter in his 3-0 singles win.



Jaden Whitting adding to that maximum haul in a 3-2 defeat to Richard Wheatley who added the Honicknowle team's only effort on his way to eleven ton plusses.


In a brilliant battle between two fine marksman, Wheatley also added a pivotal 123 checkout that was only beaten to the highest checkout of the match prize by a fine 148 kill from Andy Bates.



Bates also added a 180 to his impressive eleven tons garnered whilst Victory stalwart Darren Collis (26.84) was hugely impressive in his 3-0 singles win which contained a 17 darter.


Cherry Tree B's George Beckett added thirteen tons to the scoreboard, including a massive 126 checkout, but found himself on the wrong end of a 7-4 loss to Bluebird B.



That finish beat teammate Marc Webber's 100 kill whilst Beckett also bagged himself an 18 dart leg in a 3-0 singles win.


Kev Doel also paired with Beckett for a 20 dart 601 leg that yielded a superb 30.05 single dart average in their 2-1 doubles win that had put the team 2-1 up before a late collapse.



Reigning Monday Premier Individual Champion Harry Bull put twelve tons on the board in a 9-2 win for the Indian Inn over Bluebird A.


Bull's Grandfather Eddie further showed the family genes are strong as Bull Snr checked 106 in one visit and helped himself to a maximum in the contest.



Despite a difficult night for the Compton team, Alan Masters was still a shining light as he managed a twelve ton tally whilst helping his team secure the two points they won.


One point behind in the early title race are Octagon A who demolished their B team 10-1 with Alfie Ford's eleven tons the highest total of the matchup.



Ford joined Paul Palmer in the 180 column as Palmer made to as many as ten tons thanks in part to a 127 finish that was the biggest overall.


Palmer (28.36) was also the best singles performer for the home team as he won 3-0 thanks in part to a fine 15 darter.



The A team set their stall out early on as Lee Hellings and Dave Pethick teamed with Ford (34.83) in a magnificent 23 dart 801 leg.


The only point taken by the beleaguered B team was a 2-0 doubles win which say Steve Daley throw a brilliant 103 finish.



Sean Taylor top scored with eleven tons but could not stop his Brewery Tap team from sinking to a fifth defeat in as many games in their visit to Union Inn.


Taylor did join teammate Del Bryce in achieving the feat of a maximum whilst Dan Giles and Dave Hollow struck for the victorious Plympton side.



Hollow showed his undoubted class by adding a further nine tons to take his overall total to ten in a performance that anchored his team to a third triumph of the season.

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