PORTH­CAWL DARTS

Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport -

Wrap­ping up the 1st round there wins for the Prince C, The Royal Oak and the Swan A mak­ing up the last 8. PYLE Legion A re­main on top of the A League with a nar­row 2 point mar­gin with a 6-5 win over fel­low ti­tle chasers the Prince C. The Legion also ex­tended their lead in the fours league to 4 points with a 3-0 win.

Pyle RFC re­main the only un­beaten side in the league with a last leg de­cid­ing win over the RAFA B.

180’s came from the RAFA’s Martin Cav­ill and the RFC’s Kyle Jef­frey with Jef­frey the man to pin the de­cid­ing dou­ble for the RFC.

The Rugby boys also clinched a de­cid­ing fours leg win­ning 2-1.

The Prince A kept in touch with the top with a win over the Breeze. The Prince raced to a 4-0 lead be­fore be­ing pegged back to 4-4 but sealed the win with the fi­nal 3 sin­gles legs. Breeze though got a mea­sure of re­venge with a 2-1 win in the fours.

The Greenacres re­turned to win­ning ways with an 8-3 win over the Swan A. A strong sin­gles show­ing of 5 out of 6 the dif­fer­ence be­tween the two. The Acres con­tin­ued their dom­i­nance in the fours with a 3-0 win. IN a top of the ta­ble clash, the Royal Oak ex­tended their lead over the Prince B with an 8-3 win. Steve Gil­let hit a 120 out in the pairs whilst the Prince’s Ja­son Evans hit his se­cond 180 of the sea­son. In the fours though, the Prince were on song with a 3-0 win.

The An­gel earned a wel­come win with a 6-5 win over the USC. Dai Pritchard hit a 180 for the USC but it was Wayne Chin­nock who sealed the win for the An­gel. In the fours, the USC won 2-1.

The Globe A took the last three sin­gles legs in their game against the Swan B to win 7-4.

Phil Jones from the Globe hit a 180 as the Globe’s fin­ish­ing showed through. In the fours, the Globe were win­ners again, earn­ing a 2-1 win. THE Jolly Sailor leapt into se­cond spot, in­flict­ing lead­ers the Globe B their first de­feat of the sea­son. The Sailors 7-4 win see them sit a big 16 points be­hind the Globe. A 2-1 win for the Globe in the fours sees them 1 point clear at the top of the fours league.

The Lorelei now sit joint se­cond with the Jolly Sailor with a 9-2 ham­mer­ing of the Ancient Bri­ton. They also took the spoils with a 2-1 win in the fours.

The Blue Wa­ter Club al­most let a 5-1 lead slip but took a de­cid­ing leg win over the Sand­piper.

Richard Par­sons the marks­man with the win­ning dou­ble after the Sand­piper came back to level the match 5-5.

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