Darts: Kennedy’s keep Archway League title hopes on track

PUBLISHED: 09:11 06 March 2020

Pete Chapman, of Nicholas Nickleby (pic James Martin)

Pete Chapman, of Nicholas Nickleby (pic James Martin)


Kennedy’s clinical performance dissected the N19 as they took a giant stride towards retaining the Archway League title with an 11-4 triumph.

Hotshot Dylan Galvin had a superb 106 out-shot for the visitors, but it could not help the Holloway side cause an upset and defeat left them in sixth place, with key players lacking confidence.

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Boston Arms displayed their darting prowess with a terrific 12-3 romp at the hapless Royal Oak A, as Jason Dowling's home outfit were ruthlessly subjected to a 13th defeat from 15 league fixtures.

Elsewhere, in a contest laced with high quality, excellent 180s from Adam Finch and Ricky Tisdall steered Doyles to a resounding 12-3 home win over the Nicholas Nickleby to consolidate second place.

In Camden, Oisin Coyle spearheaded a vital 10-5 triumph for Sheephaven Bay against the forlorn Robert Peel who are rooted to the bottom of the table, while Slattery's suffered a 10-5 home reverse to the title-chasing Old Oak, who were superbly led by Daniel Drummond.

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