Mill Brow’s powerful late surge sees them earn victory at the Stute
ON Monday night in the Widnes & District Darts League, the Widnes Bowling Club 501 League continued.
The Goldmine at home to Halton Stadium conceded the first game to the Stadium’s Alan Magee (180 third-leg). His opponent Karl Windisch hit a 180 and a 17-dart display in the opening leg.
The Goldmine then levelled via Mike Callaghan, only to see the Stadium take the lead again through Joe Kelly.
Parity was soon restored with a win from the Goldmine’s opening pair, Karl Windisch & Chris Hough.
They then stormed ahead taking the next three games through Mike Callaghan & Josh Bury 15 and 10 dart legs, Sean Bell & Terry Roach (19 dart third-leg) and back in the singles Josh Bury (180 second-leg) confirming their match victory.
The Stadium claimed the final two games through Kevin Garcia (19 darts and a 180 in the first-leg, and Eddie Dootson but they were merely consolations.
The Millfield at home to Widnes Bowling Club conceded the first two games to the Bowler’s Dave Pickles and Tex Bowles (19 dart second-leg).
The Millfield came back to level with two in a row via Chris Taylor and opening pair, Michael Howard & Ian Wall.
The Bowler took the lead again as Joe Batty & Scott Grady and Tommy Robertson & Dave Pickles (18 dart second-leg) added a further two wins to their tally.
Brian Dutton (19 darts second-leg) then recovered a point for the Millfield, only to see Widnes Bowling Club take the remaining two games and the match via Scott Grady (18 dart third-leg) and Joe Batty.
Simms Cross Institute at home to the Mill Brow SC secured the first game through Paul Batty.
Jack Dunn then levelled for the Brow with a further win from teammate David Steventon taking them ahead.
The Stute came back to level with a win from their opening pair, Paul Batty & Glynn Owen.
However, that was to be as good as got for the Stute as the Mill Brow SC surged ahead winning the remaining five games and the match through Paul Linger & David Steventon, Jack Dunn & Brian Spruce, Paul Linger, Alan Friar and Dean Birks.