SCOTT Gannon collected his first Weymouth ADC Championship wins of the season to finally deliver the form he had threatened all season.

Two 3-1 victories alongside a 4-0 defeat did the job for the dartist.

An indifferent night for Simon Sharpe saw a victory and two losses with the highlight being a 156 checkout against Arnie Quinn.

However, a missed double on 148 for the draw unfortunately saw him slip to a 3-1 defeat.

This was Quinn’s only victory on the night as a loss and a draw followed in his other two fixtures.

In one of the best games of the night, heavy scoring saw a draw with Paul Paice, flattering Quinn, as Paice missed darts at a double in every leg.

Paice unfortunately could not take this form into the final two fixtures, as he slipped to two defeats on the night to see his charge up the table falter.

Chris Burton had a great night as he secured two wins and a draw with the highlight being a bull, single seven, double 19 combination to secure the draw with Quinn.

Trev Honnor kept his unbeaten run going with two hard fought 3-1 victories and a draw against starlet Eddie Knell, the latter following this draw with two other victories on the night himself to show exactly what this youngster is capable of.

Bazza Stratford’s return this week was not so fruitful as he succumbed to three defeats on the night.

The Premiership saw Mel Burton terrorise his opponents with some super-heavy scoring as he secured two wins and a draw hitting a 16-dart, and a 14-dart leg along with a 180 to cement his place in the top three of the league.

Mark Samways’ title challenge stuttered as he could only manage one victory and two draws in his three fixtures, which opened the door to current league leader Andrew ‘Rodders’ McDermott.

Rodders grasped the opportunity with both hands as he secured a hat-trick of wins, 13 and 16-dart legs along with a 180 aiding his cause. The 180 came with his first three darts of the evening against Andy Masters.

Masters did however pick up a 4-0 win in his other fixture against Nigel Davis.

Davis went on to secure another victory with his 3-1 win over Shaun Lampard, who found life tough in the Premiership when slipping to three defeats on the night.

Stewart Masters’ current form looked to have dropped as he secured one victory and two draws from his three matches, with his last match being 2-0 down to Terry Tucker but he fought back to snatch the draw.

Tucker’s heavy scoring through the night still only garnered him one point from his round of fixtures.

With just two weeks left of the season, both leagues are starting to take shape.