Stevenson Cooks Scott's Individuals Chances

Simon Stevenson notched sixteen three figure scores in the Fawn A's 8-3 defeat against Victory C in the Plymouth City Super League.

Stevenson also helped himself to a 14 darter in a 3-1 defeat of Scott Cook that may prove pivotal in Cook's chances of landing the league's singles title.

The victorious Honicknowle team had Paddy Archibald top scoring with fourteen three figure scores; one of which was a 118 finish in three.

That effort was beaten by Andrew Cook's 136 kill as he notched twelve three figure scores with teammate Paul Goundry chalking up ten on the night.

Stevenson's teammate Dave Roberts was the only 180 hitter in the contest with a brace of efforts that had the unfortunate coincidence of both being hit in defeats for his team.

In a week where the championship race took a bizarre twist, Lee Hellings (28.83) was Octagon's top performer with thirteen three figure scores and a 3-0 win with the help of legs in 15 and 16 darts.

This effort contributed to a 10-1 win over Bluebird Bandits in which the Stonehouse team really showed their title credentials with Alfie Ford, Neil White and Dave Pethick teaming for a 35 dart 1001 leg for a 28.60 average.

White and Pethick (29.44) then paired to go one better in their doubles game for a 34 darter with White contributing five of twelve ton plusses he hit overall in the two games stellar games.

Ford also became the third man for the Stonehouse team to reach double figures whilst Pethick's 96 checkout was beaten by three points by Hellings' 99 kill in three.

The only point from the Compton side came from a 3-2 singles win for Dan Hurley who reached twelve ton plusses on the night.

Leaders King Billy appear to be imploding as we get towards the business end of the season after suffering a 10-1 loss against Bluebird A; only their second defeat of the season.

Glenn Halford was his usual brilliant self with twelve tons whilst Antony Hayman and Scott Wapshott reached twelve and eleven three figure scores a piece.

Halford and Hayman shared the least number of darts with the pair both hitting 14 darters with latter adding a leg in 17 to his 3-1 singles win.

Halford also joined Glenn Austin in winning an individual leg in 16 in a 3-2 win whilst Austin added a 17 darter in his 3-0 win; as did Lee Roberts.

Roberts notched a brace of 180s for the Compton team with Wapshott replying two a pair of his own, which contributed heavily to six between the two sides.

Paul Hoare fired another for the defeated Devonport side whilst Bluebird's Alan Masters also chalked one of his own up.

Steve McAteer scored no fewer than twelve straight ton plusses but found himself on the end of an 8-3 defeat as Victoria fell away at Clifton.

After taking a 3-2 following the conclusion of the team games, the Greenbank side raised their game to take all of the individual matches in a run that saw Kevin Seal and Andy Pengelly notch 180s.

Colin Sloman produced some vintage form with twelve three figure scores in Kings Arms 9-2 defeat at home to Ker St.

Paul Takle top scored with ten tons whilst teammates Ian Heggie and Fred Lamerton hit a maximum and 80 checkout; the latter coming in a 3-2 win over Marie Slide who had earlier chalked up a 76 finish.

A topsy-turvy battle between St Levans and Kings Arms B went the way of the latter thanks to a 3-0 triumph from Mike Phillips in the final game of the night.

Tex Pearce had earlier reached ten three figure scores overall whilst Ian Davison also poked out an 85 finish in his 3-0 singles win.

Raffles' Alec Turner found a brace of maximums; two of four shared between the teams in the Mutley team's 8-3 win at Hyde Park.

Eddie Bull joined his teammate in the 180 column after Ben Welsh had added one for the league's bottom team.

Lee Dennis checked out 90 in one visit for the only other noteworthy visit to the board in the match that helped towards one of the three points won on the night by the team.

George Beckett produced the highest checkout of the week in Steampacket's 8-3 win over Cherry Tree that saw both Phil Taylor and Rick Trinder hit 180s for their respective pubs.

Mick Harding finished 88 as Colebrook roundly defeated Fawn B by a 10-1 scoreline in a match that saw a brace of 17 darters from the Greenbank side.

Mike Bassett hit one in a 3-2 defeat whilst Mark Sargeant took the only point of the game from his team with a 3-1 win partly thanks to the other.

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