AN Impressive 7-2 victory over fourth-placed Wanderers saw Section Three leaders Navvy Lads maintain their unbeaten record.

Tranny Rovers and Halton Marauders remain just two points behind - following 5-4 successes against Total Confusion and Outcasts.

Ron Davies' 118 finish consoled Outcasts.

Dreadnaughts gained their first points, coming from 3-1 down to beat Pavilions 5-4.

A 6-3 victory over The Tup led to Section Four leaders Lion Stonecutters going four points clear as second-placed Addy Lads were shocked 8-1 by Quayside, in fourth.

Third-placed Fiddlers Three defeated Burma 5-4 while Cherry Tree climbed to fifth after a third successive win.

Dray's lead in Section Five was short-lived. They squandered a 3-1 advantage in defeat by Prospect and dropped to third.

James Murray's maximum and a 6-3 win over Royal Oak took Jolly Brewer back to the top.

A 13-dart game from Phil Taylor spurred up-to-second Raven's 5-4 victory over The Dock.

Castle Knights, beaten 6-3 by Bennett's Boys, stay bottom.

Albion and Navvy still lead Section One. Albion extended their unbeaten league record - beating third-placed Lion Doo Waps 6-3, aided by a 19-dart doubles game from Paul Melia and Jim Reed.

Second-placed Navvy's 6-3 win over Tranny Lads included Ian Darlington's 19 darter.

Halfway A's 5-4 win over Kev's Killers (Sean Bousfield 115 finish) featured 14-dart games from Wally Done and Karl Windisch.

Clarry B broke their duck, beating Tricorn 5-4 with Tim Evans (17 darts) scoring a maximum.

A 5-4 win over Welly kept Halfway Gents two points clear in Section Two.

Grapes (Rob Ward 14 darts) slipped to fourth and are succeeded in second by their 5-4 conquerors Dock Lads.

Union Tavern (Dave Woodcock 18 darts) jumped to third, coming from 4-2 down to beat RAOB.

Despite John Glover's 19-dart game, Acorns couldn't prevent Halfway Mixed's maiden win, 5-4.

* THE Individual Competition first round saw Neil Ward (Navvy) and Phil Littler (Albion) score maximums plus 16 darters by Neil Connor (Tri-corn) and Adrian Heathcote (Quay-side).

Stuart Bousfield (Kev's Killers) produced games of 17 and 19 darts.

John Kilkenny (Albion), Mike Bentley (Dock Lads) and Marc Chimes (Kev's Killers) had 18-dart games, the latter finishing on 105.

There were 19-darters from Paul Carr (Navvy) and Peter Langton (Tri-corn). Highest check-out was 119 from Paul Dukes (Addy Lads).

* Dock Lads now play home fixtures at Runcorn Sports Club and The Dock at Royal Oak.

* THE league's AGM is on Wednesday July 25. Proposals for new rules or amendments must be submitted in writing to Geoff Jones, 10 Almond Avenue, Runcorn, by Wednesday, June 27.