Ladbrokes Darts League

Sports News.
Sports News.

In the Ladbrokes Darts League’s Sid Dennis and Sons Ltd division one Wainfleet Outsiders traveled to Liberal Adams Family and came away with a thumping 12-nil win with help from D Tuplin (121, 134, 135, 3x140), A Pinner (121, 123, 125, 140) and L Yates (122, 125, 140).

Seaview Raiders entertained Ex-Service Sports, and it was the Sports who came away with the points with a 10-two win.

Ex-Service 501s were away at the WMC to take on leaders Steelers, and it was the home team who took the points in this one with a nine-three win. Steelers’ M Thompson (140, 180), and C Abbiss (2x125, 140, 180, and 122 finish and 140 finish) enjoyed strong scores, while the 501s had C Parnham (3x140) and C Fletcher (125, 156).

The final game in this division saw Ex-Service Cobras take on Barkham Arms. It was the away team that took the early initiative, racing into a four-nil lead, with man of the moment C Simpson winning his singles in 17 and 18 darts.

It proved to be too much for the Cobras as they never really got into the game, losing eight-four, with Barkhams’ K Wilson hitting 180 in his singles game.

Sid Dennis and Sons Division two form team Ex-Service C played host to league leaders Liberal Lads in an interesting game.

But it was the Lads who ran out eight-four winners to stay at the top.

A cracker of a game took place at Finnigans where they took on Royal Oak. It was the Oak who looked in control in this one, leading five-three, only for Finnigans to win the last two pairs to run out seven-five winners.

R Millar (125, 140) & M Purcell (125, 138) top scored for Finnigans while the Oak had T Parkin (131, 2x140).

Vine took on Cricket Club and had an eight-four victory, with A Jobes hitting 180.

WMC Aces traveled to Welcome Hillbillies and came away with a narrow seven-five result, with Aces’ T Goodwin hitting 171.

Liberal Us took on Welcome Anchors and were locked at five-all, setting up a nerve wracking final pairs shoutout, which Liberal’s duo of P Johnson & R Witton won to give a seven-five result.

Anchors’ O Sumner had a 180 in his singles game.