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Simon Making Darts Look Simple

Simon Washington took a least number of darts and highest checkout double in a 12-1 win for Kings Tamerton over Ker St to stretch their lead out to twenty-two in the Louis Yates Plymouth & District Darts League.

Washington (25.67) plundered a 180 in the second throw and ended the 39 dart leg with a 139 checkout to match a 39 darter by the whole Kings Tamerton team during the very first game of the match.

Washington's teammate John Brownlow joined Washington as the only player to hear '180' called after throwing in the rampant top versus bottom win.

Chris Hooper's 108 checkout was the best of all twelve finishes in Falstaff's 11-2 success during an away trip to Mainstone.

Steve Marker's 133 checkout and maximum provided the spark of life for Windmill to claim an 8-5 success at Tradesmans B.

Bayleigh Webb's 180 was the only moment of magic in an 8-5 success for King Billy during their visit to Octagon whilst Grenville were 10-3 winners at Legends Lounge.

The main highlight of a 10-3 win for Pennycross in a local derby with neighbours Cherry Tree was a Dave Gamble 80 checkout.


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