Tradesmans Extend Lead In P&D
A double figure advantage opened up at the top thanks to leaders, Tradesmans A, winning 11-2 at Grenville.
Mike O'Brien (27.05) continued his good form with the lowest number of darts for the week with a fine 37 darter in which five of his eleven tons on the night were plundered.
O'Brien's heroics were well supported by Luke Johnson and Jaydon Dodd who both chalked up a maximum.
Kieran Burns and Kevin Evans both scored 180s in their St Johnston A side's 10-3 win over third placed King Billy.
Glyn Wells however was the Keyham team's key man as he reached double figures for ton plusses, which helped towards retaining their comfortable second spot in the table.
Fourth placed Queens Arms suffered a narrow defeat to St Johnston B; going down 7-6.
Not only did Sean Taylor win the decisive point for his side, he also produced the highest finish of the week with a fine 120 checkout.
Despite the disappointing defeat, Andy Tremaine and Steve Harris (25.67) paired for a 39 dart 1001 leg in their doubles game; the lowest of this tie.
There was four 180s shared between the two sides in Indian's 8-5 victory over Octagon with Paul Barclay hitting both for the Stonehouse team.
Louis Yates and Mark Hatherley added one each to the scoreboard with the latter hitting nine more three figure scores to take his personal tally to ten.
Biggest winners of the week were Steampacket who inflicted a 12-1 defeat on Ker St, which drops the losers back to the bottom of the league.
Dan Mould took out the highest finish of the contest with a fantastic 96 whilst teammate Dan Clarke also chalked up a maximum.
There were 9-4 wins for Tradesmans B and Kings Tamerton over Mainstone and The Lugger respectively.