Some Keyants still in charge of top flight.

PUBLISHED: 14:04 26 January 2011

Darts - Dart board two

Darts - Dart board two


Exmouth Darts League - The Men’s Division - who’s hot, and who’s not!

THE Exmouth Darts League Men’s latest tables show that Some Keyants lead the way with 109 points from their dozen outings so far.

Hollytree A remain the nearest challengers, sitting 21 points short of the leaders but having played a game fewer.

BSAFC are third with 78 points from twelve games whilst Maltsters, cannot yet be discounted from the title race as they have 76 points, 33 less than the current leaders and they too have a game in hand.

At the foot of the First Division are Haymakers who have banked just 36 points from their dozen games. Dukes of Havoc (45), Flying Daggers (46), ETAFC (49) and Rascals (55), are all very much involved in the scrap to avoid dropping out of the top flight.

The race to step up into the top flight is led by Kings Arms who have, to date, accumulated 105 points from their thirteen games. They lead by six points from Heavitree A with Cavs Army in third spot on 83 points.

The battle to avoid dropping into the basement Division sees Rockbottoms sit below everybody else with 47 points from 13 games. Slightly better off are Lympets with 51 points, Pilot B, with 54 and Darters who have 56 points.

In Division three Bankers continue to blaze a trail to promotion. After eleven games they have 99 points and sit a whopping 33 points better off than The Arms with Country House on 64 points from ten games. Shrimpers sit fourth with 57 points and still very much in the promotion race are Heavitree Exiles (55) and Country House A (52).

At the foot of the Third Division are FNL but just seven points separate them from fourth bottom Pilot A.

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