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Despite being depleted by regular team member's county commitments, the King Billy produced a marvellous display to whitewash the Hyde Park.


Stand in for the night, Jason Pinkerton (27.83) was top scorer with fourteen ton plusses, with Antony Hayman (31.31), Mark Yeoman and Andy Bates all registered ten themselves.



There was also 180s for Yeoman and Bates with Hayman notching two himself.


Joining the Billy Boys at the top are the Victory A after their 9-2 win at the Bluebird B with the Honicknowle side registering five maximums in this one.


There was one for Kelvin Rowe with Mark Gilbery (12xTs) and Mark Shears registering the other, whilst teammate Quinton Taylor took out the highest finish of this contest with a 102 kill.



Shears also produced an 11 dart leg in this tie with the other Mark despatching two legs in 17 darts, and Marc Cresswell (11xTs) was also his usually brilliant best.


Five further back in third sit the Bluebird A who took all but one on offer at the Victory's B team with form player Glenn Halford (12xTs) on form once again notching one of two 180s for the Compton side.


Glenn Austin scored the other with James Stoodley also continuing his recent purple patch with the highest finish of the week, a 104, and a 15 dart leg.


The Steampacket also continue to hold onto their unbeaten record after an impressive 8-3 win over Raffles with George Beckett (11xTs) impressing with a 74 finish.


Despite the result, all of the 180s went the way of the beaten team with father son duo, Danny and Harry Bull taking one each and the other going to Raffles' Tony Reid.


The B team also remain without defeat after the Kings derby saw them edge their A side 6-5, which owed much to the form of Martyn Down (13xTs) who plundered a brace of maximums.


Steve Mayne and Roger Backway also joined Down in the maximum column with Dave Johns (11xTs) also performing well, despite slipping to a narrow defeat in the singles phase to Peter Down.



The Fawn A returned from their trip to the Ker Street with a win by the same score with Mark Hempsall bagging himself a fine 62 finish in this one.


All of the maximums in this one went to the home side with Paul Takle and Keith Brown firing for the Devonport side.


Mark Sargeant (11xTs) was in top form for the Fawn's B team as they got their first win of a debut campaign with the victims, St Levans, going down 7-4.


Kev Pinhey also notched a maximum in this affair as the Fawn will be looking to build on this success in the coming weeks.


A strong looking Victory C team are starting to move in the right direction after their 9-2 defeat of the Cherry Tree.


Top performer for the Victory was Paul Goundry (12xTs) who also finished with a game high 90.



Goundry was also backed up nicely by Paul Gavican (10xTs), Paddy Archibald and Lewis Dare who all had three skinny red bits during this encounter.


Dean Richards (11xTs) form helped the Saltram win a topsy-turvy battle with the Colebrook Inn as the Plympton side couldn't quite get over the line despite leading twice with Simon Kelly winning a decider for the home side.




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