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2 teams searching for their first win of the season, clashed at Liberal Club.

As Liberal Lads took on Mrs T’s Barmy Army, and what a game it was, best game of the season so far with 77 scores of 100 or better and after the first set of Singles it was Mrs T’s who were in control leading 3-1.

Brad Martin making his debut for the Lads being their only success. Liberal took both the doubles to level at 3 all, and all to play for in the final singles, winning 2 of the first 3 Liberal lead 5-4 with only one game to play, guaranteeing at least a point, and despite a cracking 140 finish from Gordon MCquillan , it was Martin Bell who got the win, and force a draw, high Scores Liberal Gordon Mcquillan 7 x 100, 117, 121, 140, and 140 finish, Mark Carter 4 x 100, 149 finish , Brad Martin 3 x 100,125, 2 x 140, 2 x 180, and unbeaten all night , Paul Gelder 4 x 100, 2 x 121, 122, 125, 180.

And for Mrs T’s Martin Bell 9 x 100, 2 x 125, 2 x 140, Lee yates 3 x 100, 2 x 125, 128, 140, Shaun Drury 4 x 100, 139, 2 x 140, and Rick Garner 10 x 100, 103, 2 x 123, 3 x 140, 180, and legs of 14 and 16 darts in his last singles win, what a performance by these 2 teams.

Highwayman and Matadors both pushing for honours, and sharing the first set of singles 2-2 it was all to play for, but Highwayman took both the doubles to lead 4-2 with 1 set of singles left, Despite a cracking 160 finish from Dave Brewin 3 x 100, 2 x 125 and an 18 dart leg, he found Nathan Careless 7 x 100, 2 x 125, 3 x 140 and 17 dart leg 2 strong for him, as Matadors won the first singles, they also won the second one with Mark Thompson 6 x 100, 120, 140 and a 17 dart leg over Lee Dore Snr 6 x 100, 180, (Lee also hit 2 x 18 darters in his first singles win), Scott Sutton 8 x 100, 135, beat Jonathan Thorndike 3 x 100 to give the Highwayman at least a draw.

So to the final game and it was Matadors Rob Hewson 5 x 100, 2 x 121, 134 got the final singles over Wayne Clarke 5 x 100, 140 to leave things all square at 5 all in a very entertaining game. This is the first point dropped by the Matadors since they joined the league last year.

The final game in this division and could a team actually win on the night ? 501’s lead 3-1 after the first singles against Countryman, Ken Wilson 3 x 100, 118, 2 x 125, 2 x 135 110 finish and a 17 dart leg over Rob Pomeroy 2 x 100 their solitary winner, the doubles were shared to leave the 501’s 4-1 up going into the last singles, it was 501’s captain Chris Fletcher 2 x 100, 121, 95 finish that got the win over Darrell Webb 7 x 100, 125, 2 x 140 to give them a 6-4 victory, Steve Gillings 2 x 100, 125 and Tom Thornton 3 x 100 was on the sheet for countryman, while 501’s had Pete Evans 120, 125, 140, and Gordon Smith 10 x 100, 119, 4 x 140

Div 2
Following their fantastic 10-0 win last time, Leaders Spitfires were at home to Liberal Us, and ran out a very convincing 9-1 to cement their place at the top of the table.

Ian Dunn their only loss at the hands of James Jenkins 115, 128, 180, Liberal’s, other scorers were Paul Fox 2 x 100, 119, David Jeacock 100, 140, and Hayley Reeson 2 x 100, Spitfires had Carl Parnham 7 x 100, 121, 140 , Lee Woods 2 x 100, 121, 140 and Rick Seaman sporting his new haircut ,7 x 100, 101, 2 x 120, Cobra’s took a 3-1 singles lead over Dartaholics despite Rob O’Brien 100, 135, 140 and a cracking 14 dart leg, the Dartaholics then took both the singles to square the match at 3-3, but the home side took 3 of the final singles to run out 6-4 winners , with Ian Chamberlain 2 x 100, 120, 137 , Paul Smith 2 x 100, 134, 2 x 140, and Ray Bettison 107, 133, while Robert Harker 100, 133, and Maria Titre 4 x 100 was the pick of the Dartaholics.

Seaview Raiders took on Amigos, and shared the first singles 2-2, and then through Steven Benidorm Emsen 2 x 100, 118, 2 x 121 and partner George Daly, and Sean Bates3 x 100, and partner Kieran Steven Emsen 3 x 100, they won both the doubles which was the deciding factor, as the final set of singles were shared 2-2 giving Raiders a 6-4 win, Spencer Davis 100, 101, 132, 2 x 140 and 120 finish, Kyle Davis 3 x 100, 140 was the beat of the Amigos.

Spitfires are the early pace setters in this division as the head the table, but Cobras and Raiders are only a point away, with Amigo’s a further point off the pace, league tables can be found here skegnessdartleague.leaguerepublic.com

Next weekend on Sunday 5th August is the Doubles at the SeaviewPub Skegness and is completley sold out and has been for a couple of weeks now, 16 pairs entered together , 32 players will all take to the oche in a round robin pairs event, drawn out for partners, and each match consisting of 2 singles and 1 doubles best of 3 each, plenty of darts to play, if your partner does not turn up, you cannot play, It all starts with registration at 1.30 and draw at 2, and Elvis on after the darts, gonna be a great day, prize money is £120 to the winners, £60 to runners up, and £10 to losing semi finalist , Entries are Scott Smith & Darrell Webb , Russ Millar & Scott Millar
Paul Gelder & Rick Seaman , Ian Dunn & Lee Woods , Chris Fletcher & Carl Abbiss , David Tuplin & Lee Yates , Eric Hammond & Richard HughesDavid Kitching & Marc Robinson , Wayne Clark & Karl Jon Forrington , Wayne Clarke & Dave Brewin , Wez Elston & Chris Simpson , Gordon Smith , &Christopher Royal ,Spencer Davis , & Mark Stumpy Williams , Richard Jackson & Angie JacksonAdam Grant & Bradley Butler, Steve Emsen & Kieran Emsen