With just one week of the Whitchurch Individual 301 Ruthless League remaining, the overall league placings are beginning to take shape before the second half of the Summer Singles.

Danny Humphries looks set to repeat last years success of winning the league as he remains the only unbeaten player in the league, requiring just two points from the last two points to take top spot.

Both Nigel Neale and Andy Mullinder can catch Danny if he slips up and they take maximum points from the remaining games.

Andy Mullinder's fine first season has been epitomised by his last couple of weeks that have seen him pitch two eight dart 301 legs and two seven dart legs which were only eclipsed by the perfect six darter from Che Kerin (140/161 checkout).

Both Nigel Neale and Danny Humphries lead the way with four maximums.

Elsewhere in the league Hayley Griffiths leads the way as the highest ranked woman sitting in thirteenth position overall while also having the distinction of the highest ladies finish of 110 (treble 20, bullseye).

Hayley’s son, Ayden made it a family affair nailing a ten dart leg in week eight, that included a maximum while brother Nathan McGuinness is walking away as the most improved player, with recent performances seeing him rise up the league to 17th place.

Finally, there was local success in the prestigious SDO Barmouth open that saw Whitchurch League player Heather Radcliffe reach the final of the main ladies tournament, which had more than 60 of Shropshire’s finest female darts players entered.

On route to the final Heather defeated Shropshire County player Caroline Powell in one of five victories before losing out to Shropshire A player Steph Clarke in the final 2-0 despite getting to finishes in both legs.