Week 3

Well the weeks are flying bye, and it seems that all the players are on form as there has been plenty of 180s and High Checkouts once again this week.

In division three we have had our first 180, Rhys Humphrey had a 180 for the Old Endeavour. However, his side lost 9-0 against the unbeaten Phoenix C.

The Phoenix are not the only side unbeaten, The Nelson won 7-2 win against the DSAA C and the Northern Diamonds 6-3 win against the DSAA Misfits means they are both unbeaten as well.

Tracy Lamoon of the Sportsman checked out on 100, her side lost 7-2 against the Phoenix Rising, their first win of the campaign.

In division two, Morgan Scott hit a 180 and also busted on 180 for the Whitfield Club, they lost 5-4 against the Diamond C. The Bull Dogs are top of the shop, they won 6-3 against the DSAA A. There was a 180 for Lorynda Russell and a 105 checkout for Callum Hilton of the Dogs and a 100 checkout for Jim Clarke of the DSAA.

Tilmanstone won 6-3 against the Crown B and the Dewdrop Harvey won for the first time this season, a 6-3 win against the against the Boars Head A who are still looking for their first win of the season.

There was 180s galore for the Bull A, two for Dan Bent, one a piece for Chris Bent and Josh Hackett. All cracking darts, but the Hairy Bull won the match 7-2.

Lynda Bristow hit a 180 for the Three Cups and Ben Baldwin checked out on 109 for the Diamond in the Diamonds 6-3 win.

DWMC Oast won 6-3 against the Phoenix PD and the Old Endeavour beat the DWMC A 5-4 after being 4-2 down. Forrest won the last game of the match to seal the win. There was a 180 for Sean Lloyd, 126 checkout for Ryan Lucas and John Ross checked out on 114.

Biggest division one winner son the night were the Crown Arrows, 9-0 against the Admiral Cups. Wayne Anderton of the Admiral hit a 180.

Weekly 180 and checkout tally.

  180s TON +
WK1 12 5
WK2 9 6
WK3 10 6

Christmas is nearly here, and the Friday 21st December we have no league fixtures. However, the annual Nigel Pascall Cup will be played at the Diamond. George Clark has put up £100 towards the prize fund, money in money out, a free buffet and maybe the odd xmas jumper or two.


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