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Medion   DIGITAL CAMERAOH no they’re not. Oh yes they are! And it would be a fairy story fit to grace any pantomime if Trap Door could finally catch the top three.

It would cap a remarkable run that has seen them go from rock-bottom to fourth spot quicker than Jack climbed his beanstalk.

In their latest Divison 2 outing, they made Pas O Nadas feel like the Grimm brothers as principal boy Simon hit his second maximum on their way to an 8-0 whitewash. That’s seven straight wins. Bravo!

The recent refurb in Gaffers hasn’t stopped the darts action, but maybe caused some distraction as they could only draw with Clouseaus, while Naughty Nautas took the last leg to claim a share of the spoils at Sundowners.

The Playboys, wary of the Trap Door threat, are hungry for points, and probably Jagermeister, and they claimed seven in a one-sided match with Bamboo Beach.

First played third at the top of Division 2, and as you would expect, it was a tight affair. The Palms pushed the leaders all the way to the trebles leg, which the Waterfall gang held to tie things up a four apiece.

Chipeque Chippers will be happy with that result, and their own 5-3 win at The Rebels, which was helped along the way by a cool 120 check-out by Paddy.

Having drawn their last two, Palms Sports Bar entertained the Playgirls. But the niceties ended there as they cruised to a 6-2 success.

Target Army are still clinging on to second spot in the Premier League, although on goal-difference only after the latest round of fixtures. They seemed to make hard work of their 5-3 win over Gaffers B, and had to take the last rubber for victory.

Sam hit his second maximum for the Boothen during their match at Phoenix Bar. The 6-2 scoreline flattered the home team and Boothen should be proud of their efforts.

Elsewhere, Target Titans had skipper, George hitting a 180 and Pete finishing on 116 as they put five past Bar 180 B.

 

 

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