Weston remain top of the league table

PUBLISHED: 10:56 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:56 21 March 2018

Weston remain top of the Somerset Super League Darts with just one game remaining.

Weston played at home against Odd Down from Bath in their penultimate Somerset Super League Darts.

Currently sitting undefeated at top of the division one, Weston got off to a cracking start with Darren Davies putting in a sterling performance hitting a 180 winning 4-0 with a 30.36 average.

Paul Tyler (22.00) 4-2 notched up Weston’s first win on board one, but the next two games went Odd Down’s way on both boards before Martyn Vanedgemeister (23.41) put a stop to this winning 4-2 board one and Ryan Camp 4-2 on board two.

The visitors were definitely coming after Weston as Dave Baker went 3-0 down, but banging in a 180, he turned the tide and fought back to win 4-3.

With only one leg in it, Weston had some great players to come with Mike Norton (27.45) sticking in a 4-0 and Bob Anderson hitting a 180 in his 4-2 victory with a 24.13 average. This gave Weston some breathing room of 40-31.

Captain Nick English and double D got Weston underway in the pairs with a 2-1 win along with Norton also 2-1 on board two.

The hosts became untouchable from there onwith Tim Strutt/Anderson 2-1 and Graeme Pow/Deakin winning 2-1 along with Rich Harris/Baker 2-0 sealing victory for Weston in an eventual comfortable win of 51 to 37.

The Curry Garden man of the match went to Darren Davies. The last game to seal the championship is away to Williton on April 14. A bus leaves the 49 Club at 6.15pm.


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