Paul Williams secured four victories on the night when he made a winning return to Knack Premier Darts League action.
Williams returned after missing last week’s action due to playing in the Benidorm Classic which saw him finish as a runner-up to England international and BDO superstar Paul Hogan.
Paul sealed a comfortable 5-1 victory over Paul McGowan before dismantled Barry Rutherford 5-0.
Williams then thumped Philly Dunn 5-1 and then he ensured maximum points when he beat Eddie Ashman 5-2.
Dougie Hall extended his unbeaten run to 10 games when he picked up another two valuable points with draws against Rob McCluskey and Paul McGowan.
McGowan drew 4-4 in his third game of the night with Graeme Mullen which saw both players hit maximums.
Lee Walton continued his run of form as he blew fellow Tyne and Wear team-mate Davey Thompson away, winning emphatically 5-1 which saw Walton hit a 116 checkout.
Walton then beat an impressive David Brown 5-2 which saw him hit his second maximum of the night.
Brown was a 5-3 winner over Spiller Henderson in his other game.
Dan Gillibrand had his best night of the season as he romped home with two 5-0 wins.
First up, he pummelled Neil Richardson and then he whitewashed the returning Alan Smith, who has replaced Steve Skinner.
Smith was thumped 5-0 by Anth Skelton in a solid display in his second game.
Smith played Neil Mather in his third game of the night and it proved to be third time lucky as they shared the spoils in a 4-4 draw.
Mather was a comfortable 5-1 winner in his other game of the night against Neil Richardson.
Richard Selby picked up maximum points as he beat Andrew Ambler 5-2.
Ambler was whitewashed 5-0 in his second game of the night by Spiller Henderson.
Selby then played Rob McCluskey and he came out a 5-3 winner in a thrilling game.
Dave Prins remains top of the tree despite dropping his first points of the season as he drew 4-4 with Ryan Joyce.
Prins the went onto defeat Chris Wood 5-2 in his next game.
Wood lost his second game of the night by the same score against Will Neave.
Neave then beat Neil Richardson 5-3 in his second game.
Wood finally got a break in his third game of the night as he thumped Anth Skelton 5-1.
Davey Thompson was brushed aside by Ryan Joyce (5-0), but Thompson made up for it in this third game as he pummelled Philly Dunn 5-1.
Graeme Mullen drew his other game of the night against Matthew Hodgson.
Neil Rose is getting back to his best after he beat Geordie Morton 5-2 and then Rose hammered Matthew Hodgson 5-1.
Geordie Morton was a comfortable 5-1 winner over Eddie Ashman, and he wrapped up his night with another 5-1 win over Barry Rutherford.