WELSH darts legend Peter Johns showed his consistency in round two of the Gwent Men’s Super League with a 107.37 three-dart average in Pontnewydd’s 5-2 win at Cwmbran Workies, writes Morgan Barrell.

Johns, 58, a veteran of 37 Wales caps, beat county stalwart Chris Smart 3-0, following up his 87.00 average the week before to claim top spot in the men’s averages.

In the same game, team-mate and Welsh international Mark Blandford claimed a 3-0 victory over Gwent men’s team manager Mike Kenny, and Jesse Heal, the last man to beat BDO world champion Glen Durrant on a county stage, saw off Brian Evans.

Elsewhere, Chepstow FC’s Jon Worsley and Hafodyrynys duo Alan Walker and Liam Meek secured vital points in emphatic victories over Chepstow and Crumlin Rugby respectively. Cross Keys, league leaders Gilfach, Aberbargoed, Brynmawr and Baneswell also won.

Hafodyrynys host Baneswell in the tie of the round tonight, while Gilfach entertain Abergavenny, Aberbargoed welcome Crumlin and defending champions Pontnewydd face Chepstow at the Burnt Barn.

Meanwhile, Cwmcarn star Michelle Mellish showed her class in a close Ladies’ Super League contest against Ebbw Vale’s Kath Kirkby.

Mellish’s team ran out 6-1 winners, while Golddiggers’ Jade Hickey delivered a superb display in a 6-1 victory over St Joes to remain clear of Mellish in the averages.

Cwmbran Rugby claimed their first success of the season, 5-2 at fellow debutants Garndiffaith, with Kimberley Lewis, Amanda Willard, Cheryl Jones, Claire Evans and Shannon Chappell all triumphing in the singles for the King’s Head outfit.

Rhian Griffiths’ Brynmawr will make their first appearance of the season tonight after last week’s game was postpone because Top Club were unable to raise a team.

Griffiths’ team welcome rivals Golddiggers to Legends for what promises to be a humdinger, while second-placed Cwmcarn visit third-placed Cwmbran Rugby in another tasty clash.

All matches start at 8pm and they are free to watch.