Gibbs wins latest Portsmouth Individual Darts League final

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Paul Gibbs won week six of the Portsmouth Individual League, beating Rob Collins in the final.

Gibbs dispatched Matt Charman in the semi-finals while Collins overcame Andy Jenkins.

Lee Smith emerged victorious from the plate contest with Charlie Large finishing as runner-up. 

Smith won his semi against Bob Crawley and Large beat John Large.

Jenkins and Collins both recorded 12-dart legs with Collins also notching seven maximums and Charlie Large hit a 170 finish.


Dan Hill fired in 17 and 18-dart legs and a 120 finish and Colin Rich scored a maximum as their Grapes side whitewashed Park Gate RBL C to sit top of division one.

Second-placed Gardeners are the only side with a 100 per cent record after they beat Bishop’s Waltham SC B 5-4.

Rich Roberts 104 finish couldn’t prevent his Brewery Bar side from going down 5-4 to Vine.

Acorn SC A had scores of 171 and 180 respectively from Trevor Doller and Nick Harding as they dispatched Black Dog A 7-2.

Steve Perren’s 14-darter and Jason Richard’s 119 game-shot inspired Bishop’s Waltham SC A to a 7-2 victory over Woolston. Graham Munden notched a 180 and 18-dart leg for Woolston.

Linden Tree B stay top of division two after enjoying a 7-2 triumph over Shedfield.

Darren Reade hit a 114 finish to help Bishopstoke to a 6-3 win against Barleycorn B.

Black Dog B and Priory A both secured faultless 9-0 wins beating Fox & Hounds and Priory C respectively.