Jamie checks for darts win

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Jamie Robson checked the better as he beat Debra Royal 4-0 in the Boston Friday Night Individual Darts League’s BSC Premier Division.

In a close seven-legger Anthony Bennett and Dave Holland put in steady legs, only for Dave to come out on top 4-3.

Dave Hasnip picked off two 180s in a cracking game with Darren Aucote, winning 4-2.

Ady Parker picked off a 103 finish on his way to a good steady win over Anthony Bennett.

Chris Royal hit a 180 but but Dan Flynn won their match 4-1.

Another good match was battled out by Darren Aucote and Jamie Robson, where Jamie’s 180 was bettered by Darren’s 27.84 average in his 4-2 win.

In the Pizza Perfection Championship, Jamie Barnes beat Harry Lee (4-0) and Pete Grooby (4-2).

Harry was back to take on Darren Emmerson, Darren winning 4-1.

Two more 4-1 results saw Paul Grainger beat Ali Baker and Kev Lenton beat Rob Cade, while Paul Taylor beat Ben Bagley 4-0.

In the All Sports Trophies and Engraving Division Two, Jimmy Birtwhistle beat Phil Hunt 3-1.

Wally Almond kept his run going with two good wins, seeing off Phil Burman (3-1) and Brian Wilkinson (3-0).

Shaun Denmead was also very steady and hot on the doubles in beating Phil Burman 3-0.

A fifth-leg decider saw Matt Grant beat Jake Lammyman 3-2.

Carl Baily took on Lou Turner in the C&C TV Division Three, and he just hung on to win 2-1.

Alison Royal checked well to beat Dennis Turner 3-0 while Carl Baily was back to the oche to take on Liz Chapman.

It was Liz who was the hotter on the doubles to take a big win 3-0.

Di Hunt played very steadily and was solid with her finishing as she beat Muriel Almond 3-0.

Emma Grant remains top of the table following her 2-1 victory over Debbie Shilitto in a good, close match.

Debbie checked on 97 but Emma sealed the win with a 59.

The final game of the night was between Muriel Almond and Beth Royal.

Muriel held on to win the contest 2-1.