EIGHT darts teams and five dominoes outfits still have 100 per cent records in the Crewe Oddies Club Open League.

The darts Premier Division saw perfect records held by Coppenhall B and the Oddies forfeited.

Coppenhall went 3-1 down to visitors Cosey Club after a 14 and 18-dart blasts from Mark Jodrill, only for Coppenhall skipper Pete Boughey to level the singles scores with 13 and 16 darters and a 180.

Ross Gilder and John Speed then snatched a creditable draw for Cosey with a last game pairs win.

The Oddies saw their unblemished record evaporate when LMR B’s Aaron Ayres and Steve Lomas bombed 17-darters and then join forces to take the final pairs game in 32 darts, in which Lomas threw a 180, for a 5-3 win.

Willaston Club now head the table by one point from Eight Farmers A after both registered 6-2 victories at the homes of promoted pair Broughton Arms and Cheshire Cheese, who are now the bottom two.

Willaston’s Lee Moffat and Rob Paine both fired two 17-dart legs, Tom Kelly included a 180 in an 18-darter and Jamie Clorley also hit a maximum.

Farmer’s hitters were Ben Davies with 17 and 18-darters and Stewart Bennett with a 180.

Division One has promoted Raven taking sole charge of the lead after thrashing Pioneers Club 7-1, with father and son John and Tom Knibbs firing respective 19 and 20-darters.

For the Pi’s, Jayne Downey and son Darren’s pairs win staved off the whitewash.

Bridge A and Express are joint-second after wins over Nantwich Road Club and Amalgamated A, for whom Mark Woolrich was the sole winner.

Paul Sheehan (Pole A) was in great form with 14 and 19-dart legs and a two 180s.

Promoted Nags Head A doubled their lead at the top of Division Two to four points with a 6-2 victory over Woodside.

The other promoted team, Swan & Chequers, move up a place to second after also hitting six against White Lion.

West End Band A are two points clear at the top of Division Three after a 6-2 victory at White Lion kept their perfect record intact.

Brunel Arms B move up to second after removing Flying Lady B’s 100 per cent record with a 6-2 win and Nags Head B are up to third after also hitting six at Sydney Arms, while fourth-placed Vine B hammered Brunel Arms C 7-1.

Division Four leaders Foresters Arms B whitewashed visitors Coach & Horses to open up a six-point lead over Dishers Club A, who were beaten 6-2 by visitors Eight Farmers B.

In the dominoes Premier Division, sole winners Oddies take over top spot after a 6-2 win at Coppenhall B, with Amalgamated B down to second after drawing with third placed Vine A in one of the four matches that ended all square.

Division One’s top two swapped places with Bridge A now leading after beating Nantwich Road Club 6-2, with Kings Arms demoted to second after drawing with Horse Shoe.

Division Two has Coppenhall A taking sole charge of top spot by two points as a result of a 6-2 win at Flying Lady A, with Nags Head A maintaining their good start to the season moving up to second after beating Woodside 5-3.

Alberts Corner beat Duke of Bridgewater C 6-2 to stay two points clear at the top of Division Three, with White Lion up to second after hammering West End Band A 7-1. Sydney Arms drop to second by winning both pairs games to cancel out Nags Head B’s 4-2 advantage.

Dishers Club A retained their 100 per cent record in Division Four by beating Eight Farmers B 6-2, with Coach & Horses hanging onto second spot with a 5-3 win at Foresters Arms A.