Topsy-Turvy Title Battle No Clearer

The Plymouth & District Friday Darts League title race is still no nearer to being resolved but it's advantage St Johnston A despite not fulfilling their fixture.



That's due to Tradesmans B taking four points from their stablemates and league leaders, Tradesmans A, with the 9-4 result helped along by Jayden Dodd's maximum for the victors.


The top team are now twenty-three ahead but the second placed Keyham side still have twenty-six more points to play for due to two rearranged games in hand.



Steve Harris (26.34) ploughed in the week's lowest number of darts in a 38 dart 1001 singles leg in Queens Arms 8-5 win over bottom side Grenville.


Teammate Andy Tremaine also notched the highest checkout of the week with a fine 99 kill as Grenville did their chances of avoiding finishing last place no harm thanks to picking up four singles games.



Sean Taylor checked 86 in one visit as his St Johnston B team won 8-5 against Pennycross who themselves are still just one point off the bottom.


Ker St are still tied with Pennycross on 96 points thanks to an 8-5 defeat to Indian Inn in which Alan Jones fired a maximum for the defeated hosts.



Mark Hatherley (25.03) fired a 40 dart 1001 singles and an 87 checkout to keep his stranglehold on top spot in the individual table.


King Billy went as many as 4-0 up before Mainstone won six out of seven games to lead 6-5 in a chaotic matchup between the two.



King Billy however rallied once more in the final two singles games with Andrew Nation bringing home the victory in the final leg of the match for a 7-6 away win.


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