Four-way battle in Eynesbury & St Neots darts league

16:58 30 June 2010

THE fight for the Division One title in the Eynesbury & St Neots Summer Darts League looks like turning into a real battle.

THE fight for the Division One title in the Eynesbury & St Neots Summer Darts League looks like turning into a real battle.

With just four weeks of the season played, Old Sun A, RAFA A and Hyde Park A are locked at the top on 24 points, with Woolpack A just one point adrift. Riverside and Plough B languish at the foot of the table without a win between them.

Division Two is headed by Plough C who are just two points better off than Yelling SSC, both having won three from three. The Division Two basement boys, Millers Arms B and George & Dragon A, have lost all four outings.

Cambridgeshire Hunter are looking to race clear of the field in Division Three but Old Sun B are hanging on a point behind with Plough B only a further two adrift. George & Dragon C are doing little better than their A team and prop up the division.

In Division Four, Wait for the Wagon are waiting for nobody as they charge well clear of the rest and Woolpack B are doing the same in Division Five, where Vine are clinging on to second spot.

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