Only three nights remain in the Remote Darts League initial phase with Night 17 seeing Larry Butler and Darren Herewini among those involved on Thursday night.
Butler will still harbour play-off ambitions and is currently in potential reach of that on 13 points only four points away; so could put himself in that position albeit having played more games than most of his rivals.
Similar can be said for Thibault Tricole who is playing his second night in a row and is currently on 14 points in ninth place. After Joe Chaney stole a march on him last night in almost a battle for these spots; ‘The French Touch’ will hope to keep his hopes alive.
David Cameron is another player who is likely to potentially mount a play-off charge; he has 15 points and is just ahead of Tricole in eighth currently.
Herewini rounds out the line-up is currently 12th with 11 points having won four, drawn three and lost five so far, he remains with an outside chance.
In the first phase of the Remote Darts League which sees twenty evenings, all participants play against each other once. Four players are involved per night, with each player completing three matches. Matches are best of 10 legs, so a 5-5 draw is possible.
After twenty days of action, the top four in the league will advance to the playoffs, which are scheduled for Monday, June 8.
All matches can be viewed via this link . The broadcast starts daily at 9pm BST.
Remote Darts League schedule
Thursday, June 4
21:00 David Cameron v Larry Butler
21:30 Darren Herewini v Thibault Tricole
22:00 Darren Herewini v David Cameron
22:30 Thibault Tricole v Larry Butler
23:00 Thibault Tricole v David Cameron
23:30 Larry Butler v Darren Herewini
Author: Samuel Gill