Chris wins Royal rumble against his mum Debra

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Harry Lee and Andy Cammack traded legs and 180s in a close seven-legger in the Friday Night Individual Darts League.

But after both players recorded 180 apiece, it was Lee who came out on top in the Boston Standard Premier League fixture, winning 4-3.

There were more 180s as Debra Royal took on league leader and her son Chris.

Deb hit two maximums, but it was Chris who held his nerve to claim bragging rights with a 4-3 success.

Dave Hasnip took on Rob Cade, with Dave succeeding 4-1.

Two further 4-1 victories saw Mark Simpson beat Ali Baker and Ady Parker get the better of Pete Grooby.

In the Lincs Racing Division Two, it was a case of the hare taking on the rabbit.

Rob Scrupps started well, but Kev Lenton finished the stronger to succeed 4-1.

A deciding seventh leg was needed when Paul Hutter faced Matt Grant.

On this occasion, Paul just got there to win 4-3.

A good match between Anthony Bennett and Dan Flynn saw Anthony become the latest to hit a 180.

But it was his finishing that caused Dan the problems as he checked very well, including a 111 finish, to win 4-0.

Rob Scrupps was back at the oche to take on Kev Dickinson.

In another close one, Kev checked well to win 4-1.

A very tight and long match between Dave Holland and Redvers Dickinson saw Dave take the match 4-1.

The last game in the division saw Paul Taylor get the better of Kev Lenton.

Paul won 4-1.

In the John Smith’s Division Three, Shaun Denmead was the stronger on the finishes against Luke Everitt in a close game, and that gave Shaun a great 3-0 win.

Luke Cammack then faced Paul Raymond in a game which was close throughout, Luke winning 3-1.

Carl Baily took on Adam Gurton over five close legs - but in the end Carl got the 3-2 win.

A top-of-0f-the-table clash saw Phil Hunt lose out 3-1 to Mark Baily.

Jimmy Birtwhistle faced Paul Raymond in another epic five-legger.

There were a few good legs from both, but it was a scrappy battle which Raymond just edged for a 3-2 win.