Cammack checks well in darts league

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Andy Cammack and Anthony Bennett both played out a good consistent game in the Friday Night Individual Darts League’s Boston Snooker Centre Premiership,but Andy was checking very well and won 4-1.

Ady Parker and Joby Booth battled away and a 110-finish from Ady in leg one seemed to set the tone as he won 4-3.

Jamie Robson and Dave Hasnip met at the oche, with Jamie edging it 4-2.

Darren Aucote produced some very steady darts and a 70 finish to beat Chris Royal 4-1.

In the Pizza Perfection Championship, Mark Baily just beat Paul Taylor in a seven-legger.

Ben Carr and Ben Bagley produced a close contest, with the latter winning 4-2.

Kev Lenton wrapped up a 4-1 success against Mark Baily while Paul Taylor beat Ali Baker by the same scoreline.

Another 4-1 saw Andrew Joyce get the better of Mick Flynn.

Darren Emmerson checked superbly to beat Pete Grooby 4-0 and Paul Grainger beat Harry Lee 4-2.

Phil Burman took on Brian Wilkinson in the C&CTV Division Two, Phil winning 3-1.

Jake Lammyman and Wally Almond had a real grind of a match that could have gone either way, but Jake edged it 3-2.

Shaun Denmead has been a thorn in Jimmy Birtwhistle’s side in the past, and that continued as he claimed a 3-2 victory.

Luke Cammack got the better of Rob Scrupps 3-2, despite Rob opening up with a 114 finish in the first leg.

In the All Sports Trophies and Engraving Division Three, Emma Grant took on her niece Bethany Royal.

Beth played very well, but it was Emma who found her doubles for a 3-0 win.

Alison Royal then took on Debbie Shilitto for her first game of the season, making a good start with a 2-1 victory.

Muriel Almond then took on Bob Birtwhistle in a good close match which Bob won 3-0.

Liz Chapman beat Suzy Watson 2-1.

Carl Baily was involved in two 2-1 scorelines, beating Di Hunt but going down to Liz Chapman.