The 15th week of Knack Premier League action was nothing short of sensational.
Both league leader Dave Prins and second-placed Ryan Joyce remain unbeaten, with both players in outstanding form.
Prins romped home 5-1 against Richard Selby with two maximums, at 140 checkout, a brilliant 12-darter and a match average of 30.18 per dart.
Next up, Prins thumped Rob McCluskey by the same score, with two more 180s and a best leg of 13 darts, averaging 30.44.
Joyce shrugged off a valiant display from Dan Gillibrand to win 5-2 with three maximums, a 108 checkout and leg wins in 11, 12 and 13 darts. Gillibrand hit a 109 checkout. Joyce then brilliantly reeled off five straight legs to sink Eddie Ashman in 82 darts, with a 30.55 average.
Graeme Mullen beat Philly Dunn 5-2 and Alan Smith 5-2, helped by a 14-darter, but then lost 5-1 to Richard Selby, who had a 180 and a 129 checkout.
Dougie Hall had a mixed night, losing 5-2 to Will Neave but battling to sink Anth Skelton 5-3 with a brace of 19-darters. Skelton hit a maximum and a 116 checkout.
Skelton salvaged a 4-4 draw against Spiller Henderson from 4-1 down, with three maximums in as many legs. Paul Williams also trailed 4-1 to Henderson but a 15-darter helped him draw.
Will Neave crushed Barry Rutherford 5-1 then drew 4-4 with Andrew Ambler, who had two 180s. Ambler also lost 5-3 to Neil Mather, who had a maximum and a 17-dart leg. Mather succumbed 5-2 to Dan Gillibrand.
Davey Thompson drew 4-4 with Graham Hills, helped by a 180 and a 16-darter, then drew with Eddie Ashman before beating Geordie Morton 5-1.
Lee Walton was beaten 5-0 by Paul Williams, who had a 15-darter and a 28.80 average, but recovered to beat Graham Hills with a 15-darter. Hills was beaten 5-3 by Philly Dunn, who had a 180 and a 16-darter.
John Allan led 3-1 with a 180 and a 15-darter before losing 5-3 to Matthew Hodgson, who then drew with David Brown. Brown hit a 180 in a 5-2 loss to Geordie Morton, who had an 18-darter, while John Allan pulled off a shock 5-3 success against Paul McGowan, with another 180.
McGowan also lost 5-3 to fellow Tyne and Wear player Rob McCluskey in a thriller, after leading 2-0. McGowan had two 180s, but McCluskey rallied well to seal victory with a 15-darter.
Neil Richardson lost a 3-1 lead in a 5-3 defeat to Neil Rose, who had a 14-darter. Richardson then deservedly beat Barry Rutherford 5-2 to climb off the bottom of the table, while Neil Rose, with a maximum, and Alan Smith, with a 113 checkout, drew 4-4.