Hagg Bar A are a cut above the rest
Division One champions are wary of St Peter’s threat
The whitewashes continue at the top of the darts league as Hagg Bar A look unbeatable.
The Division One champions continue to sweep aside opponents with The Clachan Bar the latest team to come away with nothing to show as they became the fifth team to go down 9-0 to the league leaders.
St Peter’s continue to press Hagg Bar as they too came through another game unbeaten after registering an impressive 8-1 home win over Fereneze.
With both teams still undefeated it is only leg difference separating them.
Court Bar continued their recent run of victories to remain in third place following a hardfought 5- 4 home victory over Cafuffals.
The game was 3- 3 after the singles and Cafuffals looked to be taking the first of the doubles games after winning the first of three legs.
But finishes of 118 and 102 from Robert Cassidy took the doubles game 2- 1 for Court Bar and that set them up for the victory and both points.
Flying Horse A hold their place in fourth after they recorded an impressive 7-2 home win over Keystone A. Horse are only two points behind Court Bar with a game in hand so will be looking to make the most of it when they get the chance.
Railway Inn were the biggest climbers of the week, going up two places into eighth after their first win of the season, a whitewash 9-0 win over Hagg Bar C who, along with The Clachan, have still to win a match.
Division Two leaders The New Saints stretched their undefeated run to six games after bringing home both points from an away visit to Hagg Bar B that resulted in an 8-1 demolition of the home side.
Kelburne Cricket Club stay in touch two points behind the Saints after their own 8-1 victory over Hazel Pirates.
Court Bar B remain third on the same points as Kelburne but behind by a leg difference of five as they hit a 7-2 triumph over home team Gryffe Inn.
Pockets climb two places into fifth after the tightest of games against Arthurlie Inns, when they used all of their home advantage to come back from 4-2 down to win all three doubles matches and secure the points.
Railway Black Cats also climb two places this week into ninth following a narrow 5-4 victory over local rivals Keystone B.
The last of the teams climbing the table this week are Tartan Rose who were 6- 3 winners, moving them into seventh.
Thirteen players had big scores this week, all hitting maximums with Drew Callary of St Peter’s and Richie Baillie of Hagg Bar A scoring two apiece.
There were 13 games that finished in 18 darts or less with the best of these being a 14-dart leg from Andy Boulton of Hagg Bar A to go along with other legs of 15 and 17 darts as he recorded a 3-0 win for his team.
The best finish of the week came from Martin Goodfellow of Kelburne Cricket Club when he checked out on 158 in one of his matches.
Tonight there will be a £100 prize money tournament in Tartan Rose with registration taking place at 8pm.
And next week sees week seven of the league fixtures and in Division One all eyes will be on the top of the table as St Peter’s could go to the summit with a win over The Clachan Bar – as Hagg Bar A have no game.
Meanwhile, in Division Two, there are games between Keystone B and Arthurlie Inns, Tartan Rose and Railway Black Cats and lastly Gryffe Inn and Flying Horse B where the teams are only separated by two points.
Thirteen players had big scores this week, all hitting maximums
Winners Hagg Bar A