Dave Prins remains unbeaten at top of Knack Premier Darts League

Knack Premier Darts

Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 12:54 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 12:57 pm
Lee Walton
Lee Walton

Dave Prins remains unbeaten at the top of the table of the Knack Premier Darts League after another couple of blistering displays.

First, he played Tyne and Wear’s Geordie Morton. Prins was in fine form as he dismantled Morton with winning legs of 14, 16x2, 17 and 18 darts, which was aided by 2x180s and a 104 checkout from Prins (30.93) and Morton getting his solitary leg in 18 darts.

Prins continued the same form in his second game as he played Matthew Hodgson and again he won by the same score line of 5-1, with best legs of 14, 15, 18x2 and 20 darts and his third 180 of the night,

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Ryan Joyce continued his unbeaten run aswell, first he played David Brown and ran away an easy 5-0 winner,.

Next, he faced fellow Tyne and Wear team-mate Paul McGowan and came away with a 5-1 victory,

McGowan’s night got a lot better as he beat Neil Rose 5-3 in a thriller.

McGowan won his third game of the night 5-1.

Felling’s Dougie Hall won his first game of the night 5-3 in a thrilling contest.

He then played Richard Selby and the spoils were shared in a 4-4 draw.

Lee Walton and Rob McCluskey were involved in an epic battle which saw Walton come away a 5-3 victor.

Walton then beat John Allan by the same score in yet another high quality match.

Allan shared the spoils in his other game of the night against Davey Thompson.

Rob McCluskey will be rueing missed doubles as he was on the wrong end of a 5-3 result again at the hands of Spiller Henderson.

Davey Thompson was a comfortable 5-0 winner over David Brown and Thompson ended his night on a high as he racked up another win, this time against Neil Mather as he came away a 5-3 winner.

Barry Rutherford had four games on the night and it didn’t go to plan for him as he suffered three 5-0 defeats and a 5-1 defeat.

First, it was Matthew Hodgson then Rutherford was beaten by Dan Gillibrand.

In his third game of the night, he was beaten 5-1 by Andrew Ambler.

In his final game, Skelton defeatedRutherford.

Despite Barry hitting his first 180 of the season and some good scoring, Skelton was the one who found the doubles when needed which included best legs of 19 and 20x2 darts. Ambler drew 4-4 in his other game of the night.

Anth Skelton kept up his winning ways as he brushed Philly Dunn aside in a 5-1 victory.

It didn’t get much better for Dunn as he was beaten 5-2 in his other game of the night against Will Neave..

Will Neave was then betean 5-0 by Eddie Ashman

Ashman maintained his standard as he beat Neil Mather 5-3 in an entertaining match.

Richard Selby and Spiller Henderson shared the spoils in a 4-4 draw.

Geordie Morton and Graeme Mullen put on a fantastic display during their 4-4 draw.

Mullen was beaten 5-3 in his other game of the night against Graham Hills.

Hills was on the wrong end of a 5-3 defeat in his other game of the night against Neil Rose.