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John Imrie 180 and two 120 checkouts in Bideford Summer Darts League this week.

There were also 180s by M Dennis, S Lewis, T Tolley, I French, JP Forester and J Reynolds and ton-plus finishes by L Pennington,130, and D Garrett,115.

Div 1: Beer Hammers 5, Heavy Mob 6; Heavitree Express 6, Wandering Anglers 5; Con Club 1, Outcasts 10.

Div 2: Almost In 4, Motherz Chukkerz 2 (1-2); Odds and Sods 2, White Hart Arrows 4 (1-2); Riley’s Rabbits 3, Porto Punishers 3 (2-1).

Div 3: Migrators 0, Mojos 6 (1-2); Mix ‘n’ Match 3, Double Ones 3 (2-1); Motherz Boyz 5, Riley’s Rebels 1 (2-1).


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DEVONSHIRE Pine Summer Dart League.

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Division One: Bad Boyz 2, FILO Young Boys 7; FILO 501s 5, Read Em & Weep 4; FILO Pirates 5, Mustangs 4.

Division Two: Bell Inn Bandits 0, Cross Street Chalkers 9; Big Mistakes 5, Anchor Arrows 4; Rancho Inn 3, Hartland Rebels 6

Fastest singles - Kieran Heard (Hartland Rebels) in 19, James Crump (FILO 501s) in 20, Peter Hockin (Read Em & Weep) in 20. Maximum 180s- Gary Butler (Read Em & Weep), Paul Downing (FILO Pirates), Andy Flint (FILO Pirates), James Fryer (Mustangs), Kieran Heard (Hartland Rebels). High finish - Tom Barton (FILO Young Boys) 108.

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SHARPSHOOTERS in Bideford Ladies Summer Darts League this week were:

C.Treanor (Trouble Shooters) 140 and four doubles; L.Weaver (Water Babies) 140 and three doubles; C.Downing (Optimists) 138; S.Maxfield (Dambusters) and C.Wawrychuk (Joiners Jems) four doubles; T.Copp (Optimists), S.Hockin (Wangemin Six) and N.Summers (Ever Hopeful) three doubles.

Division 1: Banana Splits 0 Cheetahs 3 (2-0); Wangemin Six 2 On the Wire 1 (1-1); Birds of a Heather 1 Water Babies 2 (0-2); Trouble Shooters 2 Black Jacks 1 (1-1).

Division 2: Dambusters 1 Portobelles 2 (1-1); Anchorettes 2 Dexters Hart 1 (1-1); Northam Nutters 1 Joiners Jems 2 (1-1); Optimists 1 Ever Hopeful 2 (1-1).

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