Alnwick Premier Darts League, A Division
The Travellers carried on their winning ways against The Gate Bar A, with 180 from Steven Dunn and a 130 checkout from Kev Fletcher giving them a 3-1 lead after the singles.
The points were shared in the pairs and the teams went to The Travellers, who took the match 5-2.
Shilbottle Club put on a good display to hold on to second place against The John Bull.
It was 2-2 going into the pairs. Both games went the way of The Club, as did the teams, to leave a score of Shilbottle Club 5 John Bull 2.
Can Team Dinga claim the runners-up spot?
A great start to their match against AWMC B saw The Dingas win the singles without reply.
The Club won both pairs, but Team Dinga took the teams and the match 5-2.
They are now only three points behind with one game to play.
The Alnwick Arms hosted The Oddies B.
The away team got off to a great start, winning the singles 3-1.
The points were shared in the pairs and The Arms took the teams to leave a final score of Alnwick Arms 3 Oddies B 4.
The Penny Black helped their chances of winning the B Division with an emphatic win over The Fleece.
Pennies took all of the singles and the first of the pairs.
The Fleece took the second of the pairs, but The Pennies won the teams and the match 6-1.
AWMC A visited The Market Tavern.
In a close match, the points were shared in the singles, where Bill Bradley of The Market hit a 180.
The Club won both pairs, but The Market took the teams to leave a scoreline of Market Tavern 3 AWMC A 4.
The AWMC C hosted Alnwick Golf Club.
The Golfers won the singles 3-1. The points were shared in the pairs, but the teams went the way of the Club’s veterans.
The final score was AWMC C 3 Alnwick Golf Club 4.
The Oddies A travelled to Shilbottle to play The Farriers.
In a very close game, 2-2 in the singles and the points shared in the pairs, The Farriers won the team game decider and the match 4-3.
Berwick darts competition
Saturday saw six players from the APDL travel to Berwick for the Scottish BDO Tournament.
In a field of 377 men, Paul Coxford, Lee Hopper, Chris Goodwin, Ian Tate and Kev Fletcher all managed to play for a place in the last 64.
The man on form was Ryan Kent, getting down to the last 32 players and only losing to George Dalgiesh (ex Scottish captain).
It was a case of missed doubles for Brushstrokes, who recorded two 180s in a fantastic match.