Oddfellows take over in Crewe Open League Division Three

Oddfellows take over in Crewe Open League Division Three

Oddfellows take over in Crewe Open League Division Three

First published in Sport

ODDFELLOWS Club stormed to a six-point lead in Crewe Open League’s Division Three Darts after hammering Coppenhall Leighton 7-1.

Main challengers Rileys Club A recovered from 5-0 down to win the final three games against closest rivals Brunel Arms A, who may yet regret taking their foot off the pedal.

Rileys A pair Paul Byrne and Ben Snape hit respective 17 and 19-dart legs and Dave Arrowsmith (Hawk) completed an 18-dart leg with a ton checkout.

Captain Webb trio Jamie Ball, Mikey Taylor and Danny Welch and Reg Corbett (Oddfellows) all hit 180’s, Reg also on the mark with a 108 checkout.

Division Four’s leaders Swan and Chequers had a bye week, but main rivals Raven failed to take full advantage by letting slip a 3-1 lead in their draw with Waldron.

Third-placed Cumberland C stay five points off the pace after drawing at Nantwich Road B.

Division Five’s unbeaten leaders Willaston Club beat Prince of Wales A 5-3 -which would be deemed a success by some of the leaders victims- and need three points from their last four matches to claim the title.

Nags Head regained second place on matches won after a 6-2 defeat of Last Orders Inn, with Duke of Bridgewater B demoted to third after allowing lowly Brunel Arms B to take a 4-0 lead in an eventual 5-3 win.

The other team in the quest to be runners-up are Rileys Club B, who beat Foresters Arms B 5-3.

Jamie Clorley (Willaston) won in 19 darts, teammate and brother Ricky and Matthew Wadkins (Duke B) hit 180’s and Paul Blythe (Willaston) a high score of 171.

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