Portland A win again in Inverness Winter Darts League.
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Portland A are well clear at the top of the Inverness Winter Darts A League after a 9–3 win over Still Game.
There were maximums from Portland’s Nicky Denoon and Still Game’s Jim Newlands while Kevin Wilson hit a 180 as part of a 13-dart leg.
Innes Bar C defeated Tarradale 7–5 despite playing with six players and stay in second place in the league.
East End Arrows were given a 12–0 win as Innes Power could not raise a team.
Jackos defeated Battlefield Bullies 8–4 with Bullies players John Duncanson and Fach MacDonald hitting maximums as did Jackos player Michael Maclean who had a 12 dart leg.
Innes Spikeys defeated Thistle Inn 9–3 to remain undefeated and top of the B League.
Innes Bar took out Blacksmiths 9–3 and remain mid-table in the league while British Legion defeated 147 Buddies 7–5.
Only a few points separate the top four teams in the C League. Canteen remain top after a 9–3 win over Keppoch Belles.
Arrowsmiths hold on to second spot after a huge 11–1 victory against SoBar Pirates.
Blazin 81 finally picked up a point in the league as they held Innes X to a 6-6 draw while 3 Scots won 7–5 win against Raigmore Motel.
In the British Inter County Championship, Highland had a good day at Raigmore Motel playing Perthshire in their fifth fixture of the season. Highland lost out 3–1 in the Ladies B but took the Mens B 6–0, followed by a 3–3 draw in the Ladies A and 8–4 victory in Mens A.
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