Horse Shoe maintained their 100 per cent record in the Morton’s Rolls darts league with a comprehensive 10-2 win at the Clansman.
The Caldercruix hosts gave their all but were outgunned by the leaders’ impressive showing, led by top marksman Jim McGeary with a 180 and a 14-darter.
Nearest rivals Workmen’s B and Rileys both recorded away wins to remain three points behind the leaders.
Workmen’s B won 11-1 at Boar’s Head; Cammy Reynolds’ 16-dart win was the winning side’s best result, while Darren Beautiman and Joe Stanfield exchanged 180s.
Rileys produced an excellent performance in an entertaining game at Horse Shoe B, and had the player of the match in Andy Gillock who had a 180 and a 12-dart win.
Three teams at the bottom are falling away from the pack – The Lounge are still looking for their first win after losing 10-2 at Banks Club, with Rab McLennan scoring 180 for the hosts.
Second-bottom West End also had nothing to show for their efforts against The Swan, for whom Gerry Brannigan had a 19-dart win.
The Stables are also being drawn into the mire after a 9-3 defeat by visitors Eagle Inn, in which Peter Cummings kept up his good form with an 18-dart win and Rab Queen had a 20-darter for the hosts.
C Team just nicked the points at the Stirrup Stane and Carson’s triumphed at Workmen’s A.
Monday’s fixtures are a nine-man team event at the Workmen’s Club, and there will also be a delegates’ meeting at 7.15pm.
Morton’s Rolls darts league: Monday, November 26: Stirrup Stane 5 The C Team 7; Boar’s Head 1 Workmen’s B 11; Clansman 2 Horseshoe 10; The Swan 10 West End 2; The Stables 3 Eagle Inn 9; Horse Shoe B 3 Rileys 9; Workmen’s A 4 Carson’s 8; Banks Social Club 10 The Lounge 2