Determined Doran proves he’s hard to beat in Golden Fleece Darts Premier League

John Doran
John Doran


John Doran proved hard to beat in the Golden Fleece Darts Premier League.

Doran played two games and drew them both against Adam Lafferty and then Paul Moon.

Doran enjoyed winning legs in 17, 19 and 21 darts.

Alan Stoves defeated Danny Cullen 5-2, with both players’ best leg coming in 20 darts.

Kev Long convincingly beat Andy Clark 5-0, with two 21-dart legs.

Gary Richardson eased out Norman Place 5-2, with two 17-dart legs.

Michael Davies played two and won both against Danny Cullen (5-1) and Don Green (5-0).

Green bounced back from his earlier defeat to draw with Jaxon Douglass.

Adam Lafferty beat Pete Wilson 5-1 and continues to lead the way at the top.

Lafferty secured the win with darts 16, 17 and 21 (twice), plus two 180s, while Wilson nailed a 21-dart leg, with 120 checkout.

Jordon Thoms beat Mark Forth 5-3 and Glen Woodbridge drew with Denny Cullen.

Davey Marley beat Davey Mason 5-0, with Marley having winning legs of 15, 20 and 21 darts, plus two 180s.

Mark Forth beat Tom Davies 5-0 and Mark Reeves defeated Tom Davies 5-0.

Steve Richardson played two and won them both in style.

Richardson beat Andy Clark 5-0 and then Steve Carr 5-1.

Richardson had legs in 19, 20 (twice), and 21 (twice) darts, plus a 180 and a great finish of 116.

Charlie Thompson beat Mark Reeves 5-3, with both players’ best leg coming in 19 darts. Steve Carr beat Jaxon Douglass 5-2.