CREWE Oddies Club Open League Premier Division darts champions West End LMR B openly declared their intentions by whitewashing hosts Amalgamated B to return to the top in style.

Deposed leaders Coppenhall Club B drop to second after overturning a 3-1 deficit to draw with visitors Willaston Club and Eight Farmers A are now a point behind after losing 5-3 to visitors Oddies Club.

Division One pacemakers Express remained 100 per cent by whitewashing bottom-placed Horse Shoe and are now five points clear of Kings Arms and Raven, who drew with closest challengers Bridge A and Hop Pole A.

Promoted pair Nags Head A and Swan & Chequers are still the top pair in Division Two despite the Nag conceding a 3-1 lead, their unblemished record and the leadership after losing 5-3 to visitors Swan, now top on the pairs meeting records parameter.

Still hot on the leading pair’s heels are Flying Lady A, whose recorded a 5-3 win at the Hawk.

West End Band A and Vine B move up to the top two places of Division Three after 6-2 victories over Nags Head B and at White Lion respectively. Alberts Corner are third after a 5-3 win at Brunel Arms B, who drop from top to fourth in a very close competitive section.

Division leaders Foresters Arms A keep their perfect record after beating Eight Farmers B 5-3 to retain their seven-point lead. Junction are now their nearest challengers after hammering visitors Coach & Horses 7-1, with Dishers A’s bye week dropping them to fourth.

The dominoes Premier Division has new leaders in Vine A, who beat Cosey Club 6-2 to go one point ahead of deposed leaders Oddies Club, who lost 5-3 at Eight Farmers A.

Division One’s top two Bridge A and Kings Arms met and the resultant draw leaving keeps things the same at the top. Bridge A are now minus their unblemished record as Kings rued the loss of an early 3-1 advantage. Third-placed Hop Pole A move a little closer after beating promoted hosts Raven 5-3.

Division Two has new leaders in Nags Head A after their 5-3 defeat of Swan & Chequers, with Coppenhall Club A’s bye week dropping them to second spot, one point ahead of Hawk who drew with fourth-placed Flying Lady A.

It is all change in Division Three, with Brunel Arms B taking over top spot after their 7-1 hammering of Alberts Corner, who drop from top to fourth. Sydney Arms stay second after beating Duke of Bridgewater C 5-3, with White Lion up two places to joint second after thrashing Vine B 7-1.

Coach & Horses are the new leaders of Division Four as they avenged their darts hammering by duplicating the 7-1 scoreline, but to their advantage. Dishers A’s bye week drops them to second spot, three points off the pace but with a match in hand.