Weston sink to defeat at Wells
PUBLISHED: 09:13 10 February 2017
Weston suffered a narrow defeat in their latest Somerset Super Darts League fixture.
Weston travelled to Wells for their latest encounter of the Somerset Super Darts League.
Currently sitting in joint second spot, they got off to a good start, with Clive Strong (24.46) winning 4-3, along with new signing of former 1988 world champion Bob Anderson (25.32) also winning 4-1.
But Wells were up for the battle and came back, but were stopped in their tracks by captain Nick English (21.55) winning 4-2 and Dave Baker (23.27) winning 4-3 on board two.
This was swiftly followed up by Mike Norton (24.33) putting in a well needed 4-0 victory, but again Wells came back, reducing the deficit to 23-20.
The visitors dug in again with Graeme Pow (24.58) winning 4-1 and finished off by Ryan Camp (25.44) winning 4-0, but again Wesotn dropped the last two games on board two.
The Seasiders went into the pairs with a slender lead of 31-30 and got off to a flying start with Paul Tyler/Luke Clegg winning 2-1, but Weston lost the next two before Mike Norton/Seamus Slattery won 2-1 back to level the game at 36-36.
Wells proved to be too strong in the last couple of games, taking the victory and beating Weston 37-40.
180s were hit by Ryan Camp (2) and Graeme Pow. Advantage4vans.com man of the match went to Mike Norton for his 4-0 singles and pairs win.
The next game is at home against Bath & Bristol on March 11 at the 49 Club.