180 helps Hasnip to darts league success

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A 180 and a 120 checkout helped Dave Hasnip on his way to a 4-1 win over Anthony Bennett in the Friday Night Individual Darts League’s BSC Premiership.

Ady Parker hit a 180 in the deciding leg against Debra Royal to help seal a 4-3 win.

Andy Cammack and Sam Dawson battled for seven legs too, Dawson just edging it 4-3.

Chris Royal was in good steady form in his win over Sam Dawson, winning 4-1 despite a 180 from his opponent.

Joby Booth played very solidly in his 4-1 win over Dave Holland.

In the Pizza Perfection Championship, Darren Emmerson was in good form and soon saw off the challenge from Mark Baily with a good 4-0 win.

Pete Grooby kept his title charge going with a good strong performance against Rob Cade, winning 4-0.

Harry Lee hit a 180 on his way to beating Mark Baily 4-1.

Also keeping his title challenge on track was Jamie Barnes. He checked well to beat Paul Grainger 4-1.

Current league Leader Kev Lenton also checked the better against Paul Taylor to take a big 4-1 win.

The All Sports Trophies and Engraving Division Two has already seen Jimmy Birtwhistle crowned the league winner and Matt Grant the runner-up.

Rob Scrupps took on Sophie Marston and held firm on the doubles to win 3-0 to secure third place.

Sophie then took on Jake Lammyman, Jake holding on to win 3-0.

Wally Almond and Shaun Denmead completed the Division Two season with a good five-legger, but it was Wally who was the more steadier.

He wrapped up a good 19 darter for a 3-2 victory, enough to nick in and take fourth from Luke Cammack.

In the C&C TV Division Three Carl Baily beat Dennis Turner 3-0.

Di Hunt is still in contention for a cash prize finish after a good 3-0 win, but she only just saw off Beth Royal.

Liz Chapman and Suzy Watson had a good battle, Suzy coming out with a 2-1 win.

Di Hunt was back to take on Suzy.

This was a very good match from both but it was Suzy who was checking well under pressure to take the match 3-0 and put a dent in Di’s challenge.

Emma Grant and Lizzy Chapman battled away and it was Lizzy’s night as she won 2-1.