Inverness Winter Darts League leaders all win
There were no shock results in any of the divisions in this week’s Innes Bar Inverness Winter Darts League fixtures.
The top three in the A League all won and remain tied in first place, the Legion went top of the B League and Arrowsmiths and Innes X both stay in the vanguard of the C League.
Portland A continued in their quest for another A League title with a 9-3 victory over the veteran Still Game.
Kevin Clark hit a brace of maximums for Still Game with Portland’s James Fraser and Kevin Maclean hitting one each while Doug Milne had the best finish with a 103 checkout for Portland.
East End Arrows took out the Innes Power 8-4 to join a trio of teams at the top of the league.
Arrows players Steve Munro hit a 180 and team-mate Allan Fraser checked out on 136.
Joining the triumvirate at the top are Innes Bar C who defeated Tarradale 8-4 with Dave King hitting two maximums for the winning side. David Fraser and David McGruer both hit 180’s for Tarradale with Fraser also on target with a 174.
Jackos and Battlefield Bullies fought out a hard-earned 6-6 draw in Nairn with maximums coming from Richard Boyd and John Duncanson from the Bullies and Jackos trio Jamie Curry, Jim McNair and Michael Maclean, who also had a 14 dart leg.
British Legion top the B League after their 10-2 win over 147 Buddies and Kevin Forsyth hit the only maximum here for the Legion side.
Innes Spikeys moved into second spot, albeit having played one less match than the leaders, after a narrow 7–5 win over Thistle Inn.
Spikeys now share second spot with Castle Street Elite who were idle last week.
Blacksmiths held the former A League side Innes Bar to a 6–6 draw and both sides remain
Mike Hillan hit a 180 for Blacksmiths. Arrowsmiths remain undefeated in the C League after their 8–4 win over newcomers SoBar
Pirates and the Smithton side go top equal in the league with Innes X who also kept their 100 per cent record after a 7–5 win over Blazin 81. Donald Macrae hit a 180 for the Blazin 81 side.
Canteen defeated Keppoch Belles 8–4 and 3 Scots continued their improved run with a 7-5 victory against Raigmore Motel.