Here we are, the final throws of another season of darts, and every division has plenty to play for.
In division one the Bull A are top of the table after their 6-3 win against the Old Endeavour, a result that moves them above the Diamond who had no game this week. There was couple of nice checkouts in the game, a 119 for Baz Robinson and a 111 for Tony Selby.
Third placed Dewdrop Oast won 9-0 against the phoenix Maddogs, no 180s in the match but there was a 106 checkout for Adam Cork and a 171 maximum on the 19s for Mark Smith.
They were not th eonly 9-0 winners on the night in division one, the Hairy Bull beat the Bull B by that margin and Carl Booker hit a 112 checkout.
Sixth placed DWMC B were 6-3 winners against the Boars Head Arrows, John Ross of the Workies was on fine finishing form, he checked out on 130 and 107. Jim Greenway of the Arrows checked out on 120.
In the final game of the night from division one the Boars Head C were 6-3 winners against the Real Diamonds. Stve Habbershaw hit a 180 for Diamond and Stu Rodmall hit one one for the Boars Head.
In division two, the Crown & Sceptre have moved to the top of the table and now have a 9 game lead over the second placed Three Cups, albeit the Cups do have one game in hand. Its going to be close.
This week the Crown & Sceptre beat the Bull Dogs 7-2 and the DSAA hope beat the Three Cups 6-3. Shane Bryce of the Crown checked out on 112.
The Diamond C beat the Admiral Harvey A 6-3, Pete Phillips hit a 180 and Kev Thorpe checked out 116. These two sides sit fourth and third, but are tied on 30 points.
Not all bad news for the Harvey, the B side were 6-3 winners against the Boars Head A, Ray Whatmore of the Harvey checked out on 137. The bottom two sides faced each other, the Phoenix Rising beat the Tilmanstone Club 5-4, Anto Jones of Tilmanstone hit a 180.
In the final game of division two, the Boars Head B were 6-3 winners against the Carriers.
Division three leaders the Hairy Crown were 7-2 winners against the Carriers, Dan O’Neill of the Hairy hit a 180. They are level on points with the Northern Diamonds, but know a win next week wins them the league due to superior leg difference.
The Nelson made it fours wins out of five game with a 6-3 win against the Old Endeavour.
The Phoenix C made it two wins on the bounce and this week had a cracking 7-2 win against their pub rivals Phoenix St Pauls and the Sportsman won by the same margin against the DSAA C.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
AGM and Summer Registration, CONFIRMED Date – 9th April, 8pm, Old Endeavour.
20th April 2018 – League Pairs and Youth Singles – DWMC
27th April 2018 – Free week – ladies league presentation
4th May 2018 – League Singles and Ladies Singles – DWMC