Bramley’s bitter sweet evening of darts

Gary Bramley.
Gary Bramley.

Gary Bramley secured his first Golden Fleece Darts Premier League win of the season with a 5-3 victory over Don Green.

In an entertaining encounter, both players enjoyed a best leg of 21 darts.

However, that was as good as it got for Bramley when he lost 5-2 to Micky Seaman, with a 19-dart leg Seaman’s best, including a 180. Bramley then lost out again against Pete Wilson, losing 5-0.

Steve Richardson defeated Denny Cullen 5-0.

Kevin Long had a fine win when he saw off the challenge of Jaxon Douglass, winning 5-1 with best legs of 20 and 21 darts.

Gary Richardson and Jack Revely had to be content with a draw as both players secured wins in 18 and 21 darts.

Lee Rump claimed two 5-2 victories over Steve Carr and Marco Laybourn.

Rumps best darts came in 15, 17, 18 and 19 (twice), plus a 180 and a great finish of 111.

Mike McBain also sealed two victories when he beat Norman Place 5-0, and then defeated Steve Richardson 5-1.

McBain turned on the style to secure winning legs in 16, 18 (twice), 19, 20 and 21 (twice), plus two 180s.

Marco Laybourn moved up to second place after a 5-3 win over Micky Watson.