Darts: Dream sink Mob and rise to summit

PUBLISHED: 08:47 27 January 2006 | UPDATED: 21:39 28 May 2010

There was a dream result for league leaders Dream Boys when their 8-4 victory over Muttley s Mob put them back in control of Division One of the March Clubland League. GER Souls move into third with a 10-2 victory over Buzzards. The match produced a fine

There was a dream result for league leaders Dream Boys when their 8-4 victory over Muttley's Mob put them back in control of Division One of the March Clubland League.

GER Souls move into third with a 10-2 victory over Buzzards. The match produced a fine nine-dart 301 double-in leg from P Wright, a 46 away, 140 and 115 out is a 33-plus average per dart.

Wolves had a great 9-3 win over Sandmen, with J King hitting a maximum for Wolves, while Top Flight eased their relegation worries with a good 7-5 victory over Zulus.

In the relegation match, Hot Sods overcame Ladybirds 8-4 with M Beart hitting a maximum for the Sods.

Legionnaires continued their 100 per cent record with a 14-10 victory over Bottom Flight. K Cooper hit his sixth maximum of the season for Legionnaires and moved eight points clear in Division Two.

Weakest Link continued their good form with a 12-12 draw against third place Dream Team.

Old Codgers celebrated a 14-10 victory over Cunning Stunts A with R Dunlop hitting 13 ton-plusses for the Codgers including a fine 157.Cunning Stunts B recorded the biggest victory of the night with a 16-8 win over Outlaws.

Ladies hit max

Two players in the March Ladies' League chalked up maximum 180s last Thursday.

Jayne Hardy hit her maximum in Buffs' game at Parkfield A while Sue Stockbridge's top score came in Braza's 7-1 away win at Sportsman A.

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