Title Chasers Both Take Maximum Points in P&D

Leaders Tradesmans A took all points on offer in their home victory against The Lugger in the P&D League.

Dan Johnson (27.81) won his game in 36 darts whilst brother Luke notched ten ton plusses.

Their teammate Mike O'Brien was also on form with a maximum included in his ten ton haul and Jayden Dodd picking up the highest checkout of the week with a phenomenal 116.

St Johnston A are still nine of the lead after producing a marvellous display in their 13-0 drubbing of the Indian.

The Keyham club's two star players, Glyn Wells and Kieran Burns, were once again the shining lights with three maximums and twenty-five ton plusses shared between the pair.

Wells (35.75) hit fifteen of them and also inflicted damage on fellow individual hopeful Mark Hatherley, who was without loss before this tie, by defeating him in 28 darts.

Wells' teammate Mark Wotton also produced a fine 82 finish in this encounter in a brilliant night for the hosts.

Third placed King Billy returned from their local derby with Ker St with a 9-4 victory; a result that sees the latter climb off the bottom for the first time this season.

Sam Evans won the plaudits with a superb 92 checkout for the visitors.

Fourth placed Queens Arms recovered from 2-0 and 4-3 down to nick a win on the final leg against Pennycross.

Colin Elliott took the highest checkout in this one with a fine 86 kill before hero status went to Ben Moses in the last game of the night.

Octagon dropped to fifth after losing at home to St Johnston B by an 8-5 scoreline.

Dan Cole (25.67) took his game in 39 and also chalked a fine 108 checkout for the visitors with Simon Washington putting his name in the 180 column for the home team.

Tradesmans B lost ground on the top five after a 9-4 away defeat to Kings Tamerton.

The highlight of this matchup was Ray Light's maximum on a difficult night for the Stonehouse side.

One point behind Tradesmans B in seventh are the Steampacket who lost 8-5 at Mainstone.

Vernon Levers kept his unblemished singles record and joins a whole host of players on eight after 8, 9 and 10 played.

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