Wells At It Again

Glyn Wells (26,34) produced a 38 dart 1001 leg in his St Johnston A side's 10-3 win over Octagon.



Wells also contribute ten ton plusses, one of which was a maximum with teammate Kevin Evans also adding a 180 of his own.


The only plus point for the now tied for fourth placed Stonehouse team was Steve Daley's 88 checkout, which was the highest of the contest.



Still top by nine points are the Tradesman's A after they won a derby match with their B team by the same score.


After going 2-0 down following a team game defeat, Dan Johnson, Jayden Dodd and Nick Dodd won their trebles on 39, the lowest of the match.



The A side reeled off nine of the next ten to take the game away from their stablemates with Luke Johnson hitting a maximum.


It wasn't all one way traffic as Lee Lagor also added his name to the 180 column with teammate Nick Bromley also adding a 90 checkout.



Third placed King Billy won 11-2 at home to Mainstone with thanks to Matt Abbott who ploughed in two maximums and Andrew Nation who took the high checkout award for the week with a 98 kill.


Tied with Octagon for fourth are the Queens Arms who won handsomely by 9-4 away at Grenville with St Johnston B matching that score in their away trip to Pennycross.



There was eleven tons for joint individual leader Mark Hatherley in Indian's 7-6 win over bottom side Ker St with teammate Louis Yates also hitting a maximum.


Kings Tamerton got their second win of the campaign after Matthew Searle won a last leg decider in their 7-6 triumph at Steampacket.

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