MEL Burton and Andrew McDermott lead the way, boasting the only 100 per cent winning records still with the latter producing high-quality darts in his 4-0 over Andy Masters.

His victory saw two 15-dart legs and also a fantastic 156 shot out while Masters was left on double eight after just 12 darts himself.

Chalker of the match Paul Paice said "it was one of the best games of darts he has witnessed live or on telly".

He said: "The standard from both players was unbelievable, you could see both really wanted this and the 156 just topped off a great game."

Paice himself was involved in one of another three draws on the night drawing 3-3 with Paul Dormer.

Chris Burton got his first point playing well drawing against Masters with the final draw being between Chris Stones and Nige Davies.

Stones edged out a very unlucky Mel Gregg 4-2 with Gregg unlucky not to pick up her first point of the season.

Clean sweep of the night came from Mark Samways, winning 4-0/4-0 against Gregg and Dave Butler, and still remaining unbeaten after his win and draw last week.

Adam Mckay won both his matches defeating Wayne Jordan 4-2 with both players hitting 180s then seeing off an unlucky Matty Paice 4-1.

Paice is still searching for his first point of the season after losing his first match 4-0 to Simon Churchill, who himself was one of Mel Burton victims of the night loosing a tight 4-2 score line.

Burton finished the evening hitting 2x180 and winning 4-2 against Simon Sharpe, Sharpe playing late in the evening finished off with a 4-1 win over Nigeria Davies.

After drawing his first match, Dormer lost another close 4-2 reverse against a steady throwing Trevor Honnor who without knowing it was between the middle of two highest out shots of the night.

In the space of a few legs it changed three times with McDermott hitting his 156, Honnor to take out his 160 and then for Aplin only a couple legs later take out 164 in his impressive 4-1 win over Arnie Quin.

Aplin's 164 is currently the highest shot out so far could have been his second of the night as he missed the bull for the same checkout in his first game against Dave Butler, Aplin ended up winning 4-0.

Honnor came close to ending McDermott's record going into a 2-0 lead for the current leader to come back and win the next four legs to win 4-2.

Best friends collided when Jordan took on Paul Paice with both players hitting some good darts and then missing darts at crucial points in the match, Jordan eventually winning 4-2.

Quinn won 4-0 against Chris Burton just after taking the 1,001 shoot-out warm up with an impressive 34 darts.

180s: M.Burton (x2), A Mckay, P Dormer, W Jordan, T Honnor, A Mcdermott, C Stones

100+ checkouts: D Aplin 164, Honnor 160, A McDermott 156, A Mcdermott 111