BULLSEYE: Darts round-up with Steve Chapman
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THE Fawn became the first team to go through the 100 point barrier and will start the second half of the campaign with a two-point advantage after emerging 9-2 winners away at Indian Inn.
John Mann (100x15) took legs in 15 and 19 and threw the week's highest checkout with a mark of 121 while Indian's only individual winner, Mike Brookshaw (100x14) also gave a good account of himself.
Maritime Social Club defeated City Social A 7-4 and Tony Tasker (100x15) for the hosts and Glyn Wells (100x13) both notched a hat-trick of 180s.
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Three maximums were also recorded by Alfie Ford as he inspired Octagon Social Club A to a 7-4 victory at Porters C that produced no fewer than 120 throws of a ton or more.
Mark Palmer emerged a 3-2 winner in in 16, 16 and 21 and top scored with 19 ton plus throws.
St Levan Inn improved their league table status with a 9-2 victory at Saltram Social Club and had Karen Atkinson (100x14) emerging a 3-2 winner, aided by two 15-darters.
The City Social B v Ker St fixture also saw 120 tons recorded as the former consolidated their position with an 8-3 victory.
Shaun Dring came from a leg behind to emerge a 3-1 winner in 19, 16 and 20 while for Ker St Craig Hillary (100x17) caught the eye with a 3-2 defeat of Lee Rodmell (100x14) in 18, 20 and 18.
Bruce Harrison (100x15) took a leg in 13, inspiring Kings Arms to a 6-5 victory at Octagon B after trailing 3-0 while Porters B defeated Porters A 8-3 with the winners having Antony Hayman taking legs in 17 and 16 in a 3-0 win.
Ton plus checkouts from across the boards were achieved by: Steve Peglar 120, Dave Graham 113, Tony Teal 110, Dan Johnson 110, Robbie Bisgrove 106, Steve Wilson 104 and 100.
PLYMOUTH CITY SUPER LEAGUE
THERE is no change at the top of the table after the leading duo both won 9-4.
Table-toppers Archer Inn gained their victory away at Plympton Cons B and were further boosted when Keith Bryant threw week's highest checkout of 157.
Second placed Windmill had Alfie Ford firing in an outshot of 116 when beating The Elburton while Octagon Social Club gave their points tally a boost with a 13-0 whitewash of Maxines.
Mark Turner emerged a 2-1 winner in 16 and 17 as City Social C won 12-1 at Tap & Barrel while Mark Williams claimed a 2-0 success in 14 and 15 as City Social B restricted Grenville A to just a single point.
PLYMOUTH & DISTRICT FRIDAY LEAGUE
KER St Social Club are the new leaders, albeit by one point, after a 10-3 defeat of Friary Vaults for whom Mark Shears (100x11) caught the eye when winning his individual game in 34.
Paul Flower (100x13) was successful in 35 as Maritime SC defeated Indian B 11-2 while a win in 35 for Glyn Wells (100x13) was the highlight of City Social's 12-1 victory at The Windmill.
The best game of the week though was thrown by Antony Hayman who, in helping Porters A prevail by the odd game of 13 at Indian A, secured his individual game in 32 and hit three maximums throughout.
The week's highest checkout was claimed by Waterloo A's Mike Trim with a mark of 127 while other ton plus finishes came from Paul Nash 118, Dan Wills 115 and Dan Sheikh 109.
MONDAY PREMIER LEAGUE
A PLAY-OFF between the top eight placings in the individual table concluded the season with Mark Hatherley emerging the winner.
He came from a leg behind, which Pete Roulston won in 14, to win 3-1 and repeated the scoreline against Phil Stewart.
Hatherley came up against Wayne Tucker in the final and despite watching Tucker pull it back to 2-2 from 2-0, Hatherley won the decider in 15.
Results: John Turpin 1, Rob May 3; Pete Roulston 1, Mark Hatherley 3; Mike Brookshaw 1, Phil Stewart 3; Wayne Tucker 3, Annie Lane 2. Semi-finals: Hatherley 3, Stewart 1; Tucker 3, May 1. Final: Hatherley 3, Tucker 2.