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Darts: Race heats up in Archway League

PUBLISHED: 11:30 01 December 2017

Camden's Sheephaven Bay darts team face the camera

Camden's Sheephaven Bay darts team face the camera

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The title race is hotting up in Division One of the Archway Darts League, after Kennedys beat nearest rivals Doyles A 10-5.

Johnny Saunders and George Killington registered their third and second maximums of the season, respectively, as Phil Brabin had a superb 114 outshot.

Zac Chapman was unable to inspire Nicholas Nickleby at the N19 despite a fabulous 106 finish and a 180 as they fell to a 11-4 defeat to the hosts, with Daniel Galvin reeling off a 109 checkout.

Enkel Arms hammered the hapless Golden Lion 12-3 as Stuart Pickles’ men strive to make up ground on the early pacesetters.

Royal Oak B remain top of Division Two after sweeping aside Muswell Hill British Legion 11-4 and Boston rise to fourth after picking up an 11-4 victory of their own at the Whittington Stone.

Royal Oak A made it five wins out of five, ruthlessly defeating Kentish Town outfit Old Oak 11-4 but Park Tavern lost 9-6 to Sheephaven Bay.

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