The latest darts action from the area.
Sid Dennis and Sons
Ltd Division One
Marine Steelers kept their title aspirations on track with a comfortable 10-2 win over Ex Service Cobras, Carl Abbiss the pick of Steelers scorers with 121, 125, 137, 139.
Darrell Webb struck 180 for the Cobras.
The in-house derby at the Ex Service between Sports and 501s, saw the 501s take the bragging rights with an 8-4 win, trailing 4-2 after the singles the 501s took all the pairs with Chris Fletcher 123, 2 x 125, 140, and Mark Forman 122, 125, 140.
Sports’ Mark Gray 2 x 140 and Pete Evans 120, 125, 135 were their top performers.
Seaview Lads and Barkham arms had a battle royale ending in a six all draw with Seaviews G McQuillan 4 x 140 and a 155 checkout in a 15 dart leg, that puts him in top spot for the high finish, and Eric Hammond 121, and 104 finish.
Barkham’s high scorers were Steve Kirkham 125, 2 x 140, Chris Simpson 125, 140, and Ken Wilson 121, 131, 2 x180 and 16 dart leg.
Arctic Shrew Monkeys dished out a 10-2 beating to Finnegans.
David Tuplin 124, 125, 127, and Richard Garner 121, 3 x 140 were the pick of the Arctic scorers.
Bill Proom 121, 125, and Robert Millar 120, 121, 125 were Finnegans high rollers on the night.
Sid Dennis and Sons
Ltd Division Two
Welcome Anchors remain at the head of affairs with an 8-4 win away at the Cricket Club, despite Cricket Clubs Jay Elsom hitting 180 and 115 finish in his singles win.
Royal Oak looked to be cruising in their game at Liberal us, storming into a 5-1 lead, only for Liberal to pull the game back to 5-5, but Royal Oak last duo of Lee Godrich and Charlie Bee held their nerve to give them an important win.
Seaview bounced back from their shock result last week in fantastic style, taking the Welcome Hillbillies out 9-3.
Ex Service C took on Liberal Adams family and a cracker ensued with the Home side leading 4-2 after the singles, it was Adams Family final pair of Peter Sanford and Jake Plant that got the win to ensure the draw,.
Adams Family also had Richard Fuller on the scoresheet with 140, 180 and 130 finish. Vine took on WMC Aces and all square after the singles, the Aces then took all the pairs to run out 9-3 winners with Gareth Jowett hitting 115 finish
○ Saturday, February 21, sees a knock out at the Marine Boathouse with an added £150 thrown into the mens prize fund, and £50 added to ladies prizepot (minimum of eight entries ).
Entry costs £2.