THE Championship race is hotting up in the Weymouth ADC League, as Trevor Honnor continued his fine form in the second half of the season with a hat-trick of wins.

Two 3-1 victories, alongside a 4-0 thrashing keeps Honnor at the top of the table.

Young Eddie Knell scored two 180s on the night but could only manage a point from his two fixtures.

He lost 4-0 to Chris Burton and managed a 2-2 draw with Paul Paice.

Paice himself went unbeaten on the night claiming two 3-1 victories in the process. There were no other real movers in the league, but it is all to play for going into the final three weeks of the season.

In the Premier Division, Stewart Masters continued his form going unbeaten with two 3-1 victories, hitting an impressive 110-checkout in his victory over Mel Burton.

A plethora of high scores almost secured Masters three victories from three, but unfortunately he encountered trouble on the doubles when facing league leader Andrew McDermott.

Masters was 2-1 up, but he missed 10 match darts and had to settle for a 2-2 draw.

McDermott himself then went on to secure two more victories to extend his league at the top of the table, hitting 119 and 102-checkouts along the way.

Mark Samways looked to take advantage of McDermott’s draw, and powered in two victories from his first two fixtures, hitting a majestic 140-checkout to win the match against Simon Churchill, hitting triple 20, followed by two double 20s, when Churchill was sat on tops after 12 darts.

Samways’ final game saw him slip to a 3-1 defeat against Drew Tweedy, who only missed one dart at a double.

Tweedy had to settle for a draw and a loss in his final two fixtures.

Nigel Davis hit the highest checkout of the night 150 for a 15-dart leg in his 2-2 draw with Tweedy.

Mel Burton, smarting from his earlier loss to Masters, secured two more victories in his hunt for the title.

Shaun Lampard was able to secure his first win of the second half of the season with a 3-1 win over Terry Tucker. Tucker’s other result saw him claim a 2-2 draw against Davis.