Washington Wins Well

The Tradesman's A took full advantage of St Johnston A's lack of activity by extended their lead to nineteen over the title favourites.


The Stonehouse side's Mike O'Brien was his usual consistent best with eleven tons, one of which was a fine 116 finish.



Mark Hatherley ploughed in ten tons for the defeated Indian to secure one of two legs on the night for the Stoke team.


Thirteen further back in second place are the Octagon who also won 11-2 against the Grenville as Simon Washington scored one of three maximums for the Stonehouse team with Steve Daley and Paul Barclay claiming the others.


Daley himself also took the highest finish of the week with a 122 and Washington (28.60) won the least number of darts prize with a 35 dart 1001 leg; aided by eleven ton plusses.



Dave Meyrick giving the St Judes team their only noteworthy contribution with a maximum with their only points coming from a team game success.


Tradesman's B now sit joint third despite an 8-5 defeat to the St Johnston B with Paul Bowen keeping up the only six from six record at the top of the individuals.



The Queens Arms joined Steampacket on forty-four points after a 10-3 win over the Devonport side and there was a 9-4 win for the Mainstone over bottom side Ker Street.


And finally, Melvyn Wilbraham secured a maximum in his Lugger side's sixth defeat from six outings with the Pennycross taking the spoils by 8-5.



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