Week 4!

The Boars Head Arrows have moved to the top of the table in division one of the Dover Invitation Darts League, they had an impressive 9-0 win against the Diamond C, the match included a 127 checkout for Nick Dowley of the Arrows. Dowley also hit a 180, ad did team mate Darren Webb.

The second placed Bull A were 6-3 winners against the Diamond, this match included 180s from Paul Turner and Tony Selby, a 130 checkout for Paul Perkins and a 100 checkout for Del Palmer.

Third placed Old Endeavour were 7-2 winners against the DSAA Oast, there was a 180 for Steve Roberts of the Oast, his second of the season.

The DWMC B were 7-2 winners against the Admiral Harvey, John Ross hit a 180 for the workies. Not all good new though for the Workies, the A side lost 5-4 against the Crown Maddogs, Simon Scott hit a 180, Phil Henley checked out on 118 both for the Workies A.

The Hairy Bull were 5-4 winners, they beat the Real Diamonds. Dean Marsh hit a 180, Ryan Short checked out on 100 and Dean finished off the night in good form, checking out on 116.

Six sides in division two have all get three wins this season out of four games, maybe that is a taster of how close it is going to be all season.

The Boars Head A defeated the Admiral Harvey 5-4, and Phoenix Rising won by the same margin against the Bull Dogs. These two defeats were the first of the season for those sides.

The Bull B moved to the top of the table, they won 7-2 against the against the Phoenix C, Jim Chalmers hit a 180 for the Phoenix. There was a 106 checkout for Karl Fagg in the Crown & Sceptre’s 6-3 win against the Boars Head B.

The Three Cups were 5-4 winners against the DSAA Hope, the match went to the final game with Shaun Breeden sealing the victory with a 92 checkout.

Last but not least the Boars Head C were 5-4 winners against the Tilmanstone. They were 4-2 down at one point in the match.

Top of division three are the Three Cups and the Carriers B, both sides have four wins out of four. In this weeks round of fixtures the Three Cups beat the Carriers A 9-0 and the Carriers B beat the Old Endeavour 6-3.

The Northern Diamonds got back to winning ways, they beat the DSAA Wanderers 8-1. Phoenix St Pauls were 5-4 winners against the previously unbeaten Sportsman.

Paul T

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