ANDREW McDermott sealed the double after being crowned the Weymouth ADC Summer League champion.

The oche ace completed an outstanding season, which saw him lose just one match in 36.

This was McDermott’s first league title win to add to the singles cup which he won earlier this season to shake off the tag as the nearly man.

The table-topper started the night with three tricky fixtures including facing second and third in the league but came with two 3-1 victories.

His final game was against second-placed Mark Samways in what was touted to be the decisive game of the season, but it turned out to be just a formality as the league was already won.

This game ending in a 2-2 draw with Samways missing several darts to win the match.

Samways started his evening well with a 17-dart leg against Terry Tucker but fell to a 3-1 defeat to Andy Masters in his other game.

This was to be Masters’ only victory of the evening as he succumbed to a 3-1 defeat to Shaun Lampard and battled to two other draws.

Simon Churchill, saving some of his best darts for last, picked up two victories and a draw and along the way hitting two high checkouts of 141 and 112.

Drew Tweedy was the draw specialist on the night with all three matches ending 2-2.

He did however, end the season with the most 180s and the highest checkout prize.

It was a tough night for Nigeria Davis as he fell to three defeats from three on the night.

Mel Burton secured third place in the league this season after one win, one draw and a defeat on the night.

In the Championship, Trevor Honnor secured top spot but could not hold his unbeaten record in the second half of the season as he picked up two wins but followed this with a 4-0 defeat to Paul Paice.

Honnor has been superb in the second half of the season rolling back the years and has shown what a class act he is, fully deserving of the Championship crown.

Second-placed Chris Burton ended another night undefeated with two draws and a win to cement his place in the top two.

Young Eddie Knell finished the season strongly as he picked up one win and a draw from his three matches showing his battling spirit in a 2-2 draw with Arnie Quinn.

Quinn himself picked up four points from a possible six with a win and two draws on the night.

Bazza Stratford showed what he was capable of in the last week of the season with three draws and a win.

Scott Gannon endured another tough night not being able to build upon his wins from last week as he suffered three defeats.

There was a rare appearance from Billy Short as he picked up two victories from his three matches.

Matty Betts collected his final two points of the season with two draws.

Registration for the winter season will be closing soon but there are a couple of spaces still available, contact Paul Paice, Danny Aplin, Andrew McDermot or Arnie Quinn.

The league’s presentation evening will take place on Saturday, October 12 at the Weymouth Angling Club.