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Turf Tavern had a thrilling 4-3 win at Mosborough Miners in the Magnificent Seven League after trailing 3-2.

Highlights included a 120 check out by Tavern’s Dave Gray and victory in the final leg for Stuart Cheeseman.

Hustlers Baize had too much firepower as they brushed aside Lord Nelson A 6-1 with only Terry Baggley with a 16-dart leg on song for the away side with Walt Birch, John Clifford, Ian Kitching, Alan Roe, Tony Cresswell & Gary Eaton getting on the scoresheet for the home side.

Trades proved too good for Woodbourne in the battle of the A sides as Roy Gorman, Ian Cook, Stewart Orton - having a brilliant battle with Tom Briggs - Chris Gray, Aiden Cook and Phil Simpson(180) winning for the home team and Mick Hulley getting the win for the away side with Trades A winning 6-1.

Pewter Pot proved far too good for Trades B as John Bowler, Carl Moorhouse, Josh Thompson, Steve Rumble, Ryan Critchlow and Pete Walsh helping the visitors to a 6-1 away win.

Bridge Inn enjoyed a solid 5-2 home win over Horse & Jockey and Nelson B were too strong for Steelers as they also won 5-2.

Highlight of the match and also the night was Bryan Highlands hitting a 170 checkout and proving how strong this league is when a player from the team at the bottom can take out world class finishers, excellent darts Bryan.

Magnificent Seven players Trevor Burkhill (Woodbourne A), Peter Roebuck (Bridge Inn) and Steve Ruble (Pewter Pot) went on the four-day pdc pro qualifying tour. They were unable to make the main tour but have quallified for the PDC Challenge Tour. Well done guys!