THE Crown Inn remain top in Division One of the Bromsgrove Darts League on games difference after securing a seventh straight win earlier this week.
The league leaders beat the Hanbury Turn 6-3 to remain above the Red Lion on games difference – four games in front of their nearest challengers who beat Bromsgrove Con Club 7-2.
Elsewhere, Droitwich WMC A won 7-2 away at Hop Pole whilst the Queens Head secured a narrow 5-4 success against Rubery SC B.
The results mean Crown Inn and Red Lion are level on 16 points after nine matches with Droitwich and Hanbury tied on 12 points in third and fourth respectively whilst the Queens Head are two points further back in fifth.
The Boat and Railway are on six points in sixth, Rubery SC B and Hop Pole level on four points in seventh and eighth and Bromsgrove Con Club prop up the table having failed to score a point so far this season.
In Division Two, Catshill Club missed the chance to close the gap on leaders Studley CC after they suffered a 6-3 reverse against Rubery SC A.
The division’s other games saw the Golden Lion win 5-4 against the Black Cross whilst Droitwich WMC B won by the same scoreline against Stoke Prior Club B to secure their first win of the season.
And those results mean Studley are now two points clear at the top of the table on 14 points with a game in-hand on Catshill Club in second with Rubery SC A and Golden Lion level on 10 points in third and fourth respectively.
Black Cross are four points further adrift in fifth whilst Millfields SC and Stoke Prior Club B are on four points apiece with the former having played one game less.
Droitwich WMC B are second bottom on two points with Stoke Prior Club A bottom after they dropped out of the league following the announcement of this season’s fixtures.
Crown Inn 6-3 Hanbury Turn
Red Lion 7-2 Bromsgrove Con Club
Hop Pole 2-7 Droitwich WMC A
Rubery SC B 4-5 Queens Head
Catshill Club 3-6 Rubery SC A
Golden Lion 5-4 Black Cross
Droitwich WMC B 5-4 Stoke Prior Club B