Skegness Ladbrokes Darts League
Sid Dennis and Sons
Marine Steelers took on Seaview lads, the Steelers winning 8-4 to remain in top spot.
There was a 180, 125 for Seaview’s Mick Peech and Steelers’ Sean Barker hit 125, 2x140 on his return. Kristian Thein (123, 135, 140), Daniel Starkey (140, 2x136) and Ian Chamberlain (174) were also on target.
Ex Service 501s suffered their second successive defeat, going down 7-5 to Arctic Shrew Monkeys, despite Gary Garton hitting 18 and 24-dart legs with 3x140s and Graham Fitton’s 123, 138, 140 and a 17-dart leg. Lee Yates hit a 16-darter and Colin Lees hit 2x121, 125, and 140.
At the bottom of the table, Barkham Arms continued their revival with an 8-4 win over Finnegans. Aide Betteridge (125, 139) did well in his singles win for Finnegans and Adam Lyal (121, 140) loked good for Barkham.
The in-house derby at the Ex Service between Cobras and Sports produced a glut of high scores and a 10-2 victory for the Sports. Pick of the scorers for Cobras were Ray Bettison (121, 140, 156) and Darrell Webb (122, 140). The Sports had (Pete Evans 121, 126, 180 and a 16-dart leg) and Steve Wolstenholme (120, 140, 180) on the mark.
Sid Dennis and Sons
WMC Aces did a number on bottom team Welcome Hillbillies by beating them 12-0, aided by Mick Jones (120, 140) and Gareth Jowett (123, 180 and 104 finish).
Seaview Raiders lost 9-3 to Cricket Club, despite Raiders’ heavier scoring via Kevin West (139, 140), T. Mac (121, 141) and Steven Emsen (125, 135, 140).
Liberal Adams Family fought back to win 7-5 against Royal Oak, captain Roscoe Collins and Jim Plant getting the decisive win before moving into third spot, a point off the leaders.
Vine continued their resurgence with a comfortable 9-3 win over Liberal Us.
Ex Service C were replaced at the top by Welcome Anchors - the Anchors winning 10-2 with the help of Lee Dore (121, 140, 174).
l There are still tickets available for the Andy Smith Piebus on March 1 - as the professional oche ace prepares to tour the east coast.
Tickets cost £10 each and that includes the trip to four pubs, four exhibitions of darts with the Pieman, as well as being fed twice.
For details call 07789 405 588.
l There will also be a darts knockout held at the Marine on Saturday, Febuary 21.
There will be a men’s and a ladies’ competition.
Registration will be at 7.30pm and entry costs £2.
A total of £150 has been added to men’s competition prize fund, while £50 has been added to ladies’.
A nine dart challenge is optional.