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Wit­ney’s 120 out­shot could only help Di­vi­sion One lead­ers Phoenix club to a draw in week 11 of the Wy­combe & Amer­sham Darts League.

The ‘Shang­hai’ was part of a thrilling 7-7 scrap with Holmer Green Le­gion.

Fail­ure to win saw Phoenix joined at the top by Penn & Tylers Green SC who edged out third-placed River­side Club 8-6 in another close en­counter.

Dan Franzen, Ja­son Hine and Sarah Mal­lott starred for Penn, who seem to be hit­ting top form.

Ha­zle­mere CC recorded only their sec­ond win of the sea­son at the ex­pense of Winch­more Hill, 9-5, with a max­i­mum from Her­bie Mar­shall the high­light for the vic­tors.

Cres­sex CC C con­tinue to blaze a trail in Di­vi­sion 2 thanks to a 9-5 win over an im­prov­ing Squir­rel, but their ad­van­tage has been cut by Holmer Green Le­gion C, who are up to sec­ond after thrash­ing Bourne End CC 13-1.

The only un­beaten record has fallen after Judo Club lost 8-6 to Cres­sex CC E who are up to third and have games in hand on the top two.

Marsh Le­gion notched a fifth win of the cam­paign as they beat Holmer Green Le­gion B 9-5. JELLY AND BRERETON TAKE PRIZE BLAINE

Jelly and Trevor Brereton saw off five ri­val duos to win pairs night in the Su­per Sin­gles Darts League this week.

The duo won four out of five games in the ini­tial round-robin at the Marsh Le­gion to take their place in the fi­nal where they met Steve McLeod and Keith Carter, who won three matches in the pre­lim­i­nar­ies.

Jelly and Brereton proved too strong in the best-of-five-legs fi­nal, win­ning 3-0 to take the ti­tle and prize money. FOOT­BALL CUP SUC­CESS IN SOLE FIXTURE MACLAY

beat the weather and Che­sham Ath­letic to give them­selves a shot at the Che­sham Sun­day League’s first sil­ver­ware of 2017.

On a day when melt­ing snow, overnight frost and rain ren­dered all other pitches un­playable, Maclay booked their place in the Sub­sidiary Cup fi­nal.

Wilf Whi­taker’s dou­ble led the way and with Ben O’Con­nor also scor­ing as the hosts eased to a 3-0 vic­tory. ROUND-UP

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