Doyles put The Crown to the sword in Archway Darts League

Jim Curran, Paul Rodden and Stuart Pickles

Jim Curran, Paul Rodden and Stuart Pickles - Credit: James Martin

Caledonian Road juggernauts Doyles dissected The Crown in impressive fashion as they claimed a 10-5 away win in Holloway in the standout match of the Archway Darts League. 

Adam Finch spearheaded a strong finish with a maximum, whilst also securing a glistening 17-dart leg in the pairs with Elliott Rogers, as The Crown are left reeling after a third loss in four. 

At the Old Oak, the newly transformed Enkel Arms earned a classy 10-5 win brimming of extraordinary treble-hitting, with the dexterous Mick Finn and Ards County Donegal ace Jim Curran’s ice cool temperament the key to victory. 

Sheephaven Bay remain handily placed in the fight for silverware after a 10-5 success over the Royal Oak A, with league legend Chris Cahill’s exceptionally skilled 15-dart leg proving the highlight.

Elsewhere, two-time Champions Kennedy’s displayed their darting prowess with a peerless 13-2 conquest at the hapless Robert Peel, as Seb Kainth’s home outfit were ruthlessly subjected to a fifth straight defeat. 

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