The present season is shaping up to be one of the closest yet after another triple round of fixtures in the Sportsworld sponsored Lewis and Harris Darts League.
After five triumphs on the bounce Sea Angling A remain the team to beat as they eye six-in-a-row and with it claim a league record.
All Stars have reunited their collective talents having narrowly missed out on the league two years ago by a single point. But a team with the likes of Alex and Finlay on top form in their ranks they should be right up there.
Rangers Club A have signed Murdo Alex Macleod from Sea Angling A and Murdo Macleod from the Rangers Club B and both players have won the league before.
Sea Angling B showed they can beat anyone on their day by winning the Allan Dowie Shield last year.
Rangers Club A 6-2 Rangers B
Mark MacDonald and Martin Magee won their singles matches for the B team to keep them in the match going into the doubles and trebles. Murdo Macleod, Murdo Alex and Ian (Bananas) O’Donnell won their matches respectively 3-0.
The trebles and doubles went the A team’s way to give them a comfortable win.
Sparrows 1-7 All Stars
All Stars raced into a 5-0 lead in the singles showing they will be a force to be reckoned with this coming season.
Their wins coming from Dave Macleod, Don Macleod, Scott Macleod, Finlay Maciver and Jamie Reid. Calum Ruddy and Gordon Maclean managed to get the sparrows on the scoreboard by winning their doubles match.
Golf Club 2-6 Sea Angling A
Phil (The powercut) Frieslick started off the night hitting a 180 with his first three darts. James Mackaskill and Cal Macleod won their own ties for the Golf Club to give the Sea Angling a real scare.
But wins from Alex Kellier, Jim O Donnell and Rory Ferguson kept them in the lead. The A team were too strong in the trebles and doubles giving them a 6-2 scoreline. But the Golf Club can take a lot of positives from the match.
Phil Frieslick 1
Murdo Alex 102
September 11, 2015
Sea Angling B vs Golf Club
Carlton vs Rangers Club A
Sea Angling A vs Sparrows
DX vs All Stars
Free Week- Rangers Club B