ROB Clarke has become only the third player to hit a 10-darter in the 33-year history of the Crewe Open League.
The Pioneers sharpshooter pulled off the magnificent leg to help his team to a 6-2 win over Vine A in the Premier Division.
After losing the first leg to Neil Tudor, he hit 180, 140 and 131 before finishing on the bull and then won the decisive third leg.
League secretary Bill Brereton said: 'I've been through the records and can confirm Rob is only the third person to do it in 33 years.'
Clarke's team-mates were also on form. Pete Boughey hit a 15-dart leg, John Cooper won in 18 darts and fired a 180, and Ricky Busteed blasted a 106 checkout. Vine's Tudor and Joey Reade both got maximums.
British Lion B recorded their first Premier Division victory - a 5-3 success over Hawk. Delamere, helped by Mark Tirrell's 16-darter and Chris Watwood's 180, held on to second place with an 8-0 whitewash of Flying Lady A.
Mark Jodrill hit a 19-dart leg and a maximum for Commercial in their 6-2 win at Belle Vue.
Other top arrows were from Damien Weaver (Rockwood), who got 15- and 19-dart legs, and Paul Gilligan (Raven A), who bagged a 17-darter and a 180.
Hop Pole are the new leaders in Division One after a 7-1 defeat of Nantwich Road Club. Amalgamated A were beaten 5-3 by Dishers South.
Dave Coyne (Hop Pole) and Cliff Davison (Aslef Leisure) hit 15-darters,Tony Probin (Leisure) won in 17, Pete Williams (Hop Pole) and Mark Woolrich (Amalgamated A) got home in 18, Rob Challinor (Dishers) hit a 19-darter, Steve Harrison (Leisure) noted a 102 finish, and 180s were registered by Hop Pole's Clive Lucking and Pete Williams, Leisure's Ted Cross and Adele Probin, Dave Barlow (British Lion A) and J Sutton (Aslef Leisure).
Division Two pacesetters Cheshire Cheese earned a 5-3 win over Woodside, while Horseshoe were held to a draw by King's Arms A.
Queen's Park GC's whitewash of Liberal A leaves them five points clear in Division Three. Dave Parry (Nag's Head A) hit a 180.
A 19-darter from Trevor Thorley and a 180 from Daniel Ayres helped Division Four lead-ers LMR Sports to a 7-1 win over Broughton.
Prince of Wales held on to top spot in Division Five thanks to a 5-3 success over White Lion (Ford Lane).
In dominoes, Hawk are the new Premier Division leaders after their 6-2 win at British Lion B. Division One front runners Britiish Lion A held on to top spot despite their draw at Aslef Leisure.
Woodside hit the summit of Division Two after a 7-1 drubbing of Cheshire Cheese, while Nag's Head A hit the front of Division Three after a 6-2 success at North Ward.
With four of the five Division Four games finishing in 4-4 draws the positions remain unchanged.
Division Five is still spearheaded by Royal Scot after their draw with Westend Band A.