Week eight of the darts and it is hotting up on the oche, summer is here and world cup fever is taking over the country.
In division one we have new leaders, the Diamonds 6-3 win against the Hairy Bull and the Old Endeavours 6-3 win against the Bull A means the Diamond go top. The Diamonds match included a 106 checkout for Mark Clayton and a 120 from Wayne Venes.
Tony Selby hit a 180 and checked out on 108 and 146 for the Bull.
The battle of the workies went in favour of the A side 5-4 against the Oast. Tony Earl hit a 180 for the A team and Jamie Mears checked out on 113 for the Oast.
Jim Yarwood of the Real Diamonds hit a 180 against the Crown, however they lost 6-3. The inform Boars Head Arrows join the Hairy, Bull A, Old Endeavour on 12 points. Jim Greenway checked out on 119 for the Arrows.
In division two top of the shop Bull Dogs lost 5-4 against the Admiral Cups, this result means the Harvey are two points the Dogs with a game in hand.
The Dewdrop Harvey beat the Diamond C 6-3, not a great night for the Diamond sides in division two, the Northern Diamonds lost by the same margin against Tilmanstone.
The Boars Head A won 5-4, Dave Buddle checked out on 100 in this win against the Hairy Crown. The Angling Club derby went 5-4 to the A side against the Hope.
In division three the Whitfield Club and the Carriers are joint top. The Carriers had a cracking 7-2 win against an inform Phoenix C and the Whitfield Club beat the Crown Smiffys 5-4.
The division three Angling Derby was a 6-3 win for the Misfits against the DSAA C.
Last but not least, the Nelson beat the Phoenix Rising 5-4.
Oh yes, I forgot to say, ITS COMING HOME, COME ON ENGLAND!