Ton Up In Steve Chapman 501 League

League leaders, King Billy A, reached three figures in points as they made it eleven wins from eleven outings with an emphatic 10-1 at Kings Arms.



Antony Hayman (30.06) enjoyed an excellent return to action winning his singles 3-0 in 18,14,18 darts and chalking up eleven ton plusses on the night.


That tally of eleven was beaten by both Andy Bates and Andrew Cook who knocked in twelve and fourteen three figure scores respectively.



Cook not only hit a 15 dart leg but also took the highest finish of the match with a fine 101 and Bates contributed a low number of darts with a fine 13 darter.


Maximums went to both the Devonport side's Alec Turner and Dave Algar of the Kings Arms.



Quinton Taylor hit a brace of 180s in his Victory A team's 6-5 win at Torpoint Cons as they fell further behind in the title race.


The topsy-turvy encounter ebbed and flowed with no side ever being more than one point ahead before Darren Collis won the decider, which went down to the last leg of the night.



Collis was one of three Victory men to reach double figures in tons with Tony Tasker achieving the same feat and Scott Lawrey hitting a game high thirteen.


Their teammate, Paul Goundry, also recorded the highest checkout of the match with a fine 119 three figure outshot.



The Honicknowle team didn't have it all their own way with Lee Rodmell plundering ten tons and a 16 darter with Paul Tackle matching this feat.


Third placed Octagon suffered a second defeat of the season after King Billy B won their encounter handsomely 8-3.



Billy Evans hit a brace of 180s whilst Mark Shears and Jayden Dodd played out an entertaining game in between two who both reached double figures in tons for the evening with Shears taking the spoils 3-2 thanks to winning legs of 17,17,18.


Dave Pethick produced a fine 127 finish in this match, which was took the prize money for the highest of the week for the entire league.



There were three maximums as St Levans took advantage of Octagon's slip to move to within three points of their rivals in fourth place after defeating Cherry Tree 8-3.


Tex Pearce and Shaun Dring and Cherry Tree's Paul Hoare all struck with the latter also providing the highest finish of the match with a fine 80 checkout.



Fawn B moved into the top half as they matched the biggest win of the week with a fine 10-1 win in the Fawn derby match with their A side.


There was as many as five 180s in this matchup with three going to the beaten team as Mark Sargeant hitting two and Dave Clemson notching one.


Cornwall youth player Jaden Whitting also bagged a brace for the B team on his way two ten ton plusses, a feat that was matched by Lee Agar.


One of the three figure scores hit by Agar was a fine 125 kill in the doubles on a successful night for the B team.


Victory B secured their second win of the season over winless bottom side, Indian Inn, by an 8-3 scoreline.



Danny Allen was in fine form for the victors notching himself a brace of 180s in a twelve ton haul, which aided him to a two 18 darters in his 3-0 singles win.


However, this was overshadowed by Richard Wheatley's individual performance in which he chalked up no fewer than seventeen three figure scores, including outshots of 106 and 101.


The Honicknowle side's Kieran Harris also added his name to the 180 column with Indian's Mike Beale also taking out a fine 100 finish.

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