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Lewis helped by fightback

By Carmarthen Journal  |  Posted: August 14, 2013

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A SUPERB recovery by PDC star Jamie Lewis set him up to retain his title in the sixth Hope & Anchor Summer Singles Darts League in Cardigan.

The 21-year-old was trailing Pembrokeshire thrower Clive Evans, who was on double 20 to take a 5-3 lead. But Lewis went out on 125 (bull, 25, bull) to square matters and went on to win 7-4. With two games left, Lewis leads Sion Thomas of Newcastle Emlyn by two points and the pair go head-to-head in the final game.

Results — Paul Thomas 2 Clive Lewis 7; Peter Bagley 0 Guy Jeremiah 7; Mandy Lewis 7 Gwyneth Hughes 2; Paul ZZ 7 Will Evans 3; Craig Pope2 Sion Thomas 7; Stuart Robinson 6 Allan Burnett 6; Jeremy Thomas 1 Steve Kinsella 7; John Locke 7 Jordan Lewis 2; Peter John 7 Peter Bagley 1; Jamie Lewis 7 Paul Thomas 1; Jonny Kinsella 2 Guy Jeremiah 7; Mark Lewis 7 Will Evans 2; Paul ZZ 7 Gwyneth Hughes 1; John Locke 5 Sion Thomas 7; Paul Thomas 7 Mandy Lewis 2; Clive Lewis 4 Jamie Lewis 7; Steve Kinsella 7 Allan Burnett 2l Craig Pope 3 Will Evans 7l Jordan Lewis 1 Peter John 7l Paul ZZ 7 Jonny Kinsella 3; Jeremy Thomas 7 Peter Bagley 4; Stuart Robinson 1 Paul Thomas 7.

Positions: Jamie Lewis 34; Sion Thomas 32; Peter John 29; Clive Lewis 27; Steve Kinsella 26; Michael Blake 25; John Locke, Dorian Thomas 24; Guy Jeremiah, Craig Pope 23; Mark Lewis 21; Paul ZZ, Jordan Lewis 20; Jeremy Thomas 15; Paul Thomas 13; Jonny Kinsella 11; Stuart Robinson 10; Will Evans, Mandy Lewis 8; Allan Burnett, Peter Bagley, Gwyneth Hughes 5; Joe Roscoe 0.

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