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Scott Cook bagged three maximums for champions elect, King Billy A, in their 10-1 thrashing of Victory B in the Steve Chapman 501 League.

Those efforts made up a ten ton haul that also featured the highest checkout of the contest; a fine 105 three dart combination shot out and also helped himself to a leg in 16 in his 3-1 singles success.

John Mann was also prominent for the victors with a brace of 180s and paired with Cook for a doubles success that featured 601 legs in just 20 and 16 darts for an overall average of 33.39.

Mann top scored overall with eleven tons and won his singles thanks in part to a brace of 15 dart legs for a 3-1 victory.

The best performer of the individual phase, Antony Hayman (30.06), won his game 3-0 with legs of 17, 17, and 16 darts and also joined Mann in hitting eleven ton plusses.

The final maximum of a dominant display went to Andrew Cook who bagged himself a single effort in a 3-0 personal win.

Mike O'Brien was the best player overall with twelve tons for the Fawn B who leapt into second spot in the standings thanks to a 10-1 win over Torpoint Cons.

The demolition job featured a 110 checkout from Fred Goldsmith who was one of two maximum hitters for his team in the contest with Jaden Whitting bagging the other.

Whitting also helped himself to a fine 18 dart leg in a 3-1 win that was matched by teammate Neil White in his 3-0 triumph.

The only noteworthy contribution to the proceedings for the defeated team was from Neil Reid who threw his team's only maximum of the contest and won a singles 3-1 for the team's only point.

Four ton plus checkouts accented an entertaining tie between St Levans and Fawn A; with the former running out 8-3 winners.

A 113 checkout from the Keyham victor's Shaun Dring was the best of the bunch with teammates Mike Pearce and Hayley Brant both adding 110 and 101 kills respectively.

Pearce and Brant also added 180s to their night's work whilst Pearce's (28.36) 3-0 singles win came with assistance from legs of 15 and 18 darts.

Both Dring and Tex Pearce reached ten tons a piece whilst the Greenbank team's only noteworthy contribution to the proceedings came from a Mike Nancholas 101 checkout in his 3-1 defeat to Brant who won a leg in 16.

A third 10-1 win of the week came from Kings Arms who put their opponents from the Cherry Tree to the sword thanks to Warren Gordon's eleven ton contribution.

Gordon (25.05) won a fine game 3-0 in the individual phase of play with Paul Palmer (27.33) the only man bettering that performance thanks to legs of 18 and 17 darts in his win by the same scoreline.

Palmer netted himself the highest checkout of the match with a fine 110 kill and joined teammate Chrissie Kinnaird in the 180 column.

Kinnaird herself checked a leg in 18 darts in a 3-1 individual defeat whilst Marc Webber was the defeated Pennycross team's best player thanks to ten tons and a leg in 17 in a 3-2 singles loss.

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