Stevenson Rockets To Fifteen Tons
Simon Stevenson produced a vintage performance to chalk up fifteen three figure scores in Fawn A's 6-5 defeat to leaders King Billy.
Stevenson's 117 checkout contributed to this total that was the highest of the match whilst teammate Dave Roberts also hit the Greenbank team's only maximum.
Matt Chegwin replied with a 180 of his own whilst teammate Scott Wapshott was the most prominent player for the Devonport team with thirteen tons.
Octagon's games in hand means they still have a slim chance at a title tilt but they'll need to continue the form that brought about a 9-2 over the Fawn B team.
Dave Pethick was the top performer for the Stonehouse team with thirteen three figure scores that included one of two team maximums; the other coming from Alfie Ford.
Fred Goldsmith and Lee Hellings shared twenty two ton plusses equally with Goldsmith finishing a game low 15 darts.
Hellings (26.37) 3-0 win came with the assistance of a 16 darter whilst Neil White hit the game high checkout of 121 and an 18 dart leg in his 3-0 triumph.
Mark Sargeant offered the only noteworthy effort for the defeated team with a fine 17 dart leg in his 3-0 singles win; one of two points to which he personally contributed.
Danny Bull's twelve ton haul helped his Raffles team to a 6-5 win over Cherry Tree in which his father, Eddie Bull, produced an 83 checkout.
Their teammate Alec Turner also scored well with eleven tons whilst Harry Bull matched that haul in a good team performance.
John Greatrex contributed heavily to the losing Pennycross team's evening with ten tons as he took the final singles tie 3-2 to make the score much more respectable.
Outright individual leader Scott Cook continued his great form with eleven three figure scores in Victory C's 9-2 win over Hyde Park.
Cook joined Paul Gavican in hitting a maximum whilst Lewis Dare also added eleven three figure scores of his own and a 16 dart leg in a 3-0 win.
Mark Gilbery's eleven three figure score haul aided Victory A to a routine 8-3 win at Kings Arms B whilst teammate Mark Shears notched a 121 checkout in the game.
Gilbery (31.98) won a fine singles tie 3-0 with the help of legs in 14,17,16 and Quinton Taylor helped himself to a leg in 17 also.
Cameron Pickard picked up the only maximum for the Honicknowle side whilst Steve Mayne fired one back for the defeated Oreston team and Roger Backway hit a 97 checkout in one visit.
Wayne Town added a 149 high checkout of the week to his ten tons in Clifton's 6-5 win at Saltram in which teammate Kevin Seal fired a maximum for the victors.
Warren Gordon was the star of the show for the defeated team with a maximum and a 16 darter in his 3-0 singles win that served only to make the scoreline a little more presentable.
A brace of 180s from Darren Pearce and an 18 darter contributed to a fine 6-5 win from St Levans over Bluebird Bandits.
Callum Strickson and Jamie Roberts had earlier added a 180 and 89 checkout respectively before Hayley Brant held her nerve in the final leg of the match to win her singles 3-2 and give the spoils to the Keyham team.
Despite a 9-2 defeat for Victoria against Colebrook, Mick Bingham was in stunning form with a pair of 180s, a 15 dart leg, which was sealed with an 85 checkout.
Colebrook came away with the victory thanks to maximums from Andy Bond and Lee Doncaster whilst teammate Steve Hiscox took the high checkout honours in this contest with an 87 kill in one visit.
Victory B had Jason Goldsmith in good form with a fine 115 checkout as the Honicknowle side defeated Kings Arms A by a 7-4 scoreline.
That effort from Goldsmith bettered a 92 kill from Colin Sloman earlier in the contest whilst Liam Page, Kieran Harris and Alex Truscott all notched maximums in a highly competitive contest.