The Whitchurch Monday Night Darts League remembered Whitchurch Alport darts player Aaron Millington who was laid to rest this month.

A very popular person whose passions were football and darts, Aaron has left mark on the Monday night darts league and will be missed.

The Monday night league cup final in April, will be between the Crown and the Cock and Greyhound A following the conclusion of the semi final matches played last Monday.

Cock and Greyhound A had a straightforward passage having defeated Bulls Head A 4-0.

Gary Sumner had the Bulls Head's number with checkouts of 118 and 154.

This compounded a bad night for the Bulls head with the B side being edged out 4-3 by the Crown in a cracker of a match.

Rowan Price staring for the Crown with a 17 dart leg while Andy Evans and Che Kerin hit respective 17 and 19 dart legs.

To league matters and the Cock and Greyhound B celebrated their second win of the season, taking the final two pairs matches to secure a 5-3 win over bottom placed Bulls Head A.

The win now takes Cock four points clear at the bottom.

Elsewhere, Neil Aspinall inspired the Bridge to a fourth successive win, this time at home to the Archibald Worthington Club.

Neil fired legs of 20 and 18 darts, the latter featured a 100 checkout as the Audlem side cantered to a 7-1 victory that sees them move up to third overall.

White Lion at Ash secured back to back victories after defeating Bulls Head 6-2 on the road.

Ben Grocott fired a maximum for the White Lion who were made to work hard for the win with three of the games going the full three legs.

White Lion move move up one place to fifth at the expense of Whitchurch Alport who went down 7-1 away at league leaders Bulls Head B.

Andy Evans stole the show pitching 17 and 18 dart legs, which also featured a maximum and a 108 checkout.

Team mate Nigel Neale fired an 18 dart leg and Che Kerin had a 19 dart leg as the Bulls Head remain four point clear at the top.

Whitchurch Alport were rewarded for their perseverance taking the final pairs match of the night through Jonathan Bennett and Paul Brown.

The final match of the night saw second placed Crown defeat the Eagles 6-2.

John Murphy with the solitary singles win for the Eagles before pairing up with Charlie Evans to take the final pairs match but it is two defeats in three for the Eagles who remain seventh.