League taking shape with two perfect records
THE divisions are starting to take some shape after four weeks of Dover Invitation Darts League action.
In Division Four there are two sides that have their 100 percent records intact.
DSAA A picked up their fourth win on the bounce with a 6-3 win against Sportsman B and hot on their heels are Tilmanstone Welfare Club who won 7-2 against DWMC B.
Tilmanstone skipper Dave Jones checked out on 130, the highest finish so far this season in the division.
The Castle beat St Pauls Club 7-2 to make that three wins out of four while Sportsman C eased past DSAA C 8-1.
In Division Three Real Diamonds' superb start to the season continued with a 6-3 win over Bull Dogs to now go clear leaders.
They are two points ahead of Phoenix A who lost 5-4 against Old Endeavour.
Boars Head A have their 100 percent record intact but they have only played the three games so far. This week their 5-4 win was against Red Lion.
It's not been a good start to the season for the Dewdrop sides. Neither of them have picked up a victory yet and this week both lost 5-4, the A team to Boars Head B and B to Dublin Man of War.
Division Two Phoenix B beat Boars Head B 5-4 to sit top of the tree by two points. This was the first defeat so far this season for Bull.
In second place is Crown & Sceptre A who won 6-3 against Boars Head Arrows. The match included a 180 for Steve Roberts of the Crown, his first of the season.
Admiral Harvey B had a cracking 5-4 win against The Bull E that included a 180 from new signing Jason "Penfold" Davey and a 108 checkout from the Bull's Andy Collins.
The Sportsman A picked up a 5-4 win against Phoenix Hope, who to date have yet to record a victory this season.
Admiral Harvey A's Jason Gilbert checked out on 148 – the biggest of the season - in his 7-2 defeat against Boars Head C.
Top of Division One is The Bull A who won 9-0 against DWMC A with Gordon Speakman checking out on 118 to make that four wins out of four.
Three Cups A are also unbeaten and they won 6-3 against Archer.
Tommy Armstrong Snr and Mick Mendham set the tone of the match between Oast Cottage and Diamond.
In the opening pairs they both hit 180s and the Oast ran out 5-4 winners.
It wasn't a good night for the Diamond sides as in Division One, Rough Diamonds lost 6-3 against Hairy Bull.
The Malvern picked up their first win of the season by beating the previously-unbeaten DSAA B 6-3.
Brian "Odd Job" Painter hit his second 180 in as many weeks for the Anglers.