GER ‘B’ end Parkfield’s run

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There was no romantic sentiment on show in the North Witchford Darts League when GER ‘B’ finally ended Parkfield’s 13-game unbeaten run, beating the Division 1 leaders 7-5 on Valentines Day!

GER ‘B’ kept their noses in front throughout the game and had Mick Wyles in inspired form. Mick won all four of his games and included a maximum 180 in 12 ton plusses; team mates Clint Mason recorded 13 ton plusses and Scott Carter also weighed in with a maximum. Best reply came from Lee Kempley with 10 tons.

Rose & Crown ‘A’ have clearly emerged from their winter hibernation, beating 2nd placed Cock Inn 8-4. Tony Wayman and Elliot Stonebrook recorded 10 tons a piece and John Rutterford had a 12 dart 401 double in leg of 108away,45,140,108 finish for the Manea side. Brian Jones recorded 14 tons and Robbie ‘maximum man’ Page included his 11th maximum of the season in 9 tons for the March side.

Sportsman ‘A’ swopped relegation places with Sportsman ‘B’ following their 7-5 win. Alan Cowdry was in fine form including a maximum 180 and a 100 finish in 13 tons and Duane Moore recorded 9 tons for the ‘A’ side. Paul Sage hit a consolation 180 for the ‘B’ side.

Paul Wright was in great form for GER Souls including a 146 away in 12 ton plusses as his side beat rock bottom GER Posh Canaries 9-3, winning all four of his games. For the Posh Canaries, Tony Smith hit his 6th 180 of the season and Chris Nash had a 160away.

In Division 2, GER Hot Shotz extended their lead at the top following their 10-2 home win over Chatteris WMC ‘D.’ Pete Church was again in fine form, including 5 140’s in 13 ton plusses; Martin King and Shaun Taylor both recorded 10 tons a piece. Wayne Fisher included a maximum 180 in 9 tons for the Workies.

GER Garbage missed an opportunity to go clear in 2nd place following their draw at the Station Hotel. Kevin Hill’s maximum 180 was the highlight of a low scoring game.

The Five Alls and Sportsman ‘C’ fought out a 6-6 draw in Benwick. Both John Hoffman and Reg Few hit 7 tons a piece and Colin Brady recorded a maximum 180 for the Five Alls. Jack Saunders hit 5 tons for the Sportsman.

Chatteris Conservative Club vs. Rose & Crown ‘B’ was postponed.