PIONEERS continued their un-beaten run at the top of the Carls-berg UK Open League darts Premier Division with a 7-1 thrashing of Flying Lady A.
Rob Clarke's 17-dart leg, Pete Boughey's 17 and 18-darters, and Ricky Busteed's 17 and 20-dart legs showed their class.
Delamere are 15 points behind despite a 6-2 victory over Raven A, helped by Rob Arrowsmith's 18-darter and 15-dart leg finished with a 111 checkout. Team-mates Graham Arrowsmith and Mark Tirrell were also on target with 18-darters, and Steve Hassall hit a 180.
Other maximum men were Steve Dooley (British Lion B), Joey Reade (Vine A), Mark Jodrill (Commercial), Jules Wilde (Flying Lady A) and Dave Hughes (Hawk). Hop Pole extended their lead in
Division One with a 6-2 win at Amalgamated B. Amalgamated A drop to third after drawing at Leisure Club, who had Tony Probin's 16-darter and 180, and Adele Probin's 19-dart leg, to thank for their share of the spoils.
Ian Rea fired 16- and 19-darters and Phil Scane got a 180 for British Lion A, while Ron Threadgold hit a 180 and J Sutton got a 112 finish for Aslef Leisure.
Ian Beecroft (Dishers) checked out a 21-dart leg with a 108 finish.
Division Two pacesetters Cheshire Cheese were held to a draw by Flying Lady B, while challengers Horseshoe had a 6-2 success against LMR A.
Queen's Park GC trounced Sydney Arms 7-1 to increase their lead at the top of Division Three, while second-placed Cosey Club enjoyed a 5-3 win at Nag's Head A.
Dave Bickerton cracked a 15-darter for Division Four leaders LMR B as they hammered Westend Band Club B 6-2. Challengers White Lion(Copp) B won 6-2 at the Foresters.
Division Five leaders Prince of Wales thrashed Westend Band Club A 7-1, while Vine B were held to a 4-4 draw by Oddfellows.
Delamere and Hawk swapped places at the top of the dominoes Premier Division. Delamere now have the edge after a 4-4 draw with Raven A. Hawk slipped up - losing 5-3 to Belle Vue.
Division One dominoes leaders British Lion A beat Crown 6-2 to open up a six-point lead, while King's Arms A are the new leaders in Division Two after their 6-2 success over Coppenhall Leighton.
Liberal A's 5-3 victory at Vine C gives them the top spot in Division Three, while Foresters head Division Four despite a 5-3 home defeat to White Lion (Copp B). Prince of Wales jump from third to first place in Division Five after their 6-2 win at Westend Band A.