They beat The Jokers with the aid of two Dave Baker 180s, while Matt Patrick had with one for Jokers.
Crown Inn are second, heaving beaten Blake Riversiders 5-4, Martyn Loaring hitting a 180. They are followed by British Flag despite their 5-4 defeat by OVH Wanderers.
Champions Spuds-R-Us have withdrawn from the league after their 7-2 defeat by Squib, because they were struggling to raise enough players. That result is void, as is week one’s defeat by The Three Lions.
Paddy Vearncombe hit a new highest out, 167, for The Three Lions in a 5-4 win over the Hope for whom Jason Blackmore threw a 16-dart leg. In the other top-division match, Railway Club A’s Bob Wilson hit a 180 as they beat Malt Shovel 6-3.
Buccaneers and the Railway Club B remain joint top of Division Two after both won 8-1 for a second week. Railway beat No Hopers with the aid of an Alex Bird maximum. White Hart B are third, followed by Sportsman, who beat Withy Lions 5-4, despite Ricky Williams Jnr hitting a brilliant 158 out-shot, and White Hart A.
On Wednesday night, only one of the three seven-a-side preliminary matches was played after both The Spectres and the New Foresters were unable to field teams. First-division The Jokers beat second-division Railway B 4-3m with the winners’ Adam Ward hitting a 180 in a 14-dart leg.
4:50pm Monday 22nd September 2008 (full results and source link...)