IT is all to play for with two weeks remaining of the Crewe Oddies Club Summer Open League season, with 20 trophy places still undecided.

In the darts Premier Division, leading durWest End LMR B and Coppenhall Club B beat bottom pair Cheshire Cheese and Amalgamated B 5-3.

LMR B are a huge ten points clear of Coppenhall B, with third-placed Cosey Club’s 5-3 win at the Oddies keeping them in the chase but three points further back in a probable three-team contest.

Division One is also a two-from-three contest after fourth-placed Bridge A lost 5-3 at Hop Pole A and cannot now fill a top-two place.

The clash of top two Express and Raven saw the latter lose for the first time this seaso, as an Express 6-2 win took them five points clear, with third-placed Kings Arms, who did not play, dropping four points off the pace, but with a match in hand.

Division Two pacemakers Swan & Chequers ensured Hawk stayed in third place by beating them 5-3, and need two points from their final match at fourth-placed Lady A to ensure a trophy place.

Main rivals White Lion walloped Dishers Club B 6-2 to move within four points of the Swan, and have a match in hand.

The top four teams in Division Three clashed, with leading pair Alberts Corner and Brunel Arms B still separated on matches won after 5-3 defeats of third and fourth-placed Vine B and West End Band A left the losing pair well off the pace, although all four have difficult next matches.

In Division Four, Dishers Club A beat leaders Foresters Arms A 5-3 but received little help from their B team, beaten 6-2 by their main rivals Junction. T he leading pair have one match left and it is possible for third-placed Eight Farmers B to maybe catch the Junction, but they must aim for better results than this week’s draw with Hop Pole B.

The dominoes Premier Division saw Oddies Club retake top spot from West End LMR B on matches won after they beat Cosey Club 5-3.

LMR B let slip a 3-1 advantage against Cheshire Cheese, and only scrambled a draw thanks to a last game pairs win by Pete Ayres and Andy Madeley.

Third-placed Vine A hold third spot, four points off the pace, after overturning a 3-1 Broughton Arms lead to eventually win 5-3.

Division One leaders Bridge A suffered a disastrous 7-1 hammering at the hands of Hop Pole A, who are now their new challengers and just three points behind them.

Express are now demoted to bottom place by Raven, who gained their first win of the season by also hitting seven.

Pioneers Club did not play and are demoted to fourth spot behind Horse Shoe, who beat Nantwich Road Club 5-3.

Division Two has new leaders in Dishers Club B, despite a 5-3 defeat at White Lion Ford Lane. Dishers lead Nags Head A, who had their bye week, by three points with the pair now on level matches.

They are six points ahead of Coppenhall Club A, who were beaten 6-2 by Rising Sun, who close to just two points behind them.

Division Three’s top four met and drew to leave a status quo. Brunel Arms B, Sydney Arms, Vine B and White Lion, separated by three points in their quest for the two trophy spots, are now eight points ahead of Flying Lady B, beaten 6-2 at Duke of Bridgewater C.

Things may well change after the next matches when the top two clash.

Division Fourleaders Dishers Club A beat main rivals Foresters Arms A 6-2 and their nine-point lead rules the losers out of the title running and ensuring they will occupy a trophy place.

Foresters A are now one point ahead of Coach & Horses, who had a bye week and now have a very telling match in hand.