AFTER a quiet start to the season scoring wise things certainly picked up this week especially in Aberkenfig as the Prince of Wales took on the Penybont.
All-square after the threes the footballers edged the pairs to lead 3-2 with Andrew Her- moile hitting a 180 for the Prince.
The footballers hit top form in the singles after the break with Tim Jones, Tony Doyle and Alan Payne all hitting 180s in their victories as the away side rattled off six legs on the bounce to go 9-2 up. Clive Gronow bagged the final leg for the home side sending Darren Rees to the infamous 6-1 club as the Bont ran out 9-3 winners.
The Social are enjoying a better start to the season this year but they had to come from behind to beat the Coity A this week. Trailing 2-0 after the threes. A 112 out from Nick Winn helped the Social to claim their first leg as they edged the pairs to trail 3-2 .
Wins for John, Pritchard and Chris Packman put the home side in front but Gerwyn Harris and Andrew James put the Coity back in front 5-4 as they claimed the next two legs. Back came the Social as Steve Bowen, Graham Dowle and John Picton tokk the final three legs for a 7-5 victory.
The Jolliers moved up to third in Division One as the beat their neighbours the Five Bells 7-5. Russell Wilks returning back to form with a 180 in a 15dart leg for the Jolliers.
The Coity B moved up to joint second as they comfortably beat a weakened GWR A side 11-1.
In Division Two the Two Brewers finally got their first victory in their home game against the Coach Drivers. Leading 4-1 after the opening exchanges the Brewers went further ahead as wins for John Rees and Mark Rotchford made that 6-1 after the first two singles legs. Oliver Davies pulled one back for the Drivers as he took the next leg but Ron Payne made sure victory went to the home side as he claimed the next. Ben Davies took another leg for the Coach men to make the score 7-3 with Dan Carlisle and Nigel Hemming rounding things off for the Brewers as they claimed the last two legs for a 9-3 victory.
Elsewhere in Division Two the Cabo played out an entertaining 6-6 draw with Cabo Kings with the Cabo 6-3 up at one point.
The GWR B beat the White Horse 8-4 to go top of Division Two, three points clear of the BUSC B who remain second after they won 7-5 over a stubborn West House side.