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Wick and District Darts League: Table-topping Seaview send out message

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"Catch us if you can" was the message sent out by first division leaders Seaview as they trounced the Norseman in Wick and District Darts League, losing only two legs.

Castletown remain the biggest threat to the John O'Groats side after winning their derby against Poachers. Geordie Bain again won all his games, with Willie Plank best for the Poachers as he defeated John Bain 3-1.

Young Logan Moodie, representing Smiddy "3", was on fire and is definitely one to watch.

Seaforth made light work of a lacklustre Harper's "B", winning at a canter, while Old Smiddy Inn won the Thrumster derby but young Ryan Campbell notched another maximum and his fifth ton-plus checkout.

In the second division Comm dropped their first point to Alison Tait's Seaforth ladies "B"

Harry MacBeath hit a rare maximum for Smiddy "4".

Dylan Gunn has his Thurso side Park climbing the table after their bad start.

Sheona Campbell hit a 106 checkout for Queen's ladies.

Ryan Campbell notched his fifth ton-plus checkout. Picture: Saulius Kazakauskas
Ryan Campbell notched his fifth ton-plus checkout. Picture: Saulius Kazakauskas

Results – Division One: Castletown Poachers 3, Castletown 5; Smiddy "2" 2, Old Smiddy Inn 6; Smiddy "3" 3, Harper's 5; Harper's "B" 0, Seaforth 8; Norseman 0, Seaview 8.

Division Two: Queen's ladies 0, Queen's 8; Harper's "C" 3, Park 5; Seaforth ladies 4, Smiddy "4" 4; Comm 4, Seaforth ladies "B" 4.

Maximums: Martin Nicolson (Comm), Harry MacBeath (Smiddy "4"), Michael Campbell (Seaforth), Ryan Campbell (Seaforth), Ryan Campbell (Smiddy "2"), Jocky Plowman (Norseman) and Willie Macadie (Castletown Poachers).

Ton-plus checkouts: Ryan Campbell (Smiddy "2"), 110; Sheona Campbell (Queen's ladies), 106.

Next week in Harper's Bar and Function Suite it is the annual league pairs.

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