EBBW Vale's Rhian Griffiths produced a stunning display to become only the second woman to hit a 30+ average in the history of the Ladies Super League in Gwent.

The 35-time capped Welsh international, runner-up at the 2019 England Open, helped Legends in Brynmawr to victory over Golddiggers to share the accolade with Jan Robbins.

The 38-year-old showed her international calibre with a destructive 30.06 average, which included a 13-dart leg and eight tons, to beat her opponent Lei Manley.

It was a dominant display in a 4-3 narrow win for her team. Wins also came for Jackie Norman for Brynmawr and the family trio of Jade and Tracey Hickey and Ceri Stephens for Golddiggers.

At the King's Head in Cwmbran, Cwmcarn's Michelle Mellish produced another high-quality performance in her team's 4-3 victory over Cwmbran Rugby to overtake Golddiggers and top the league after week three.

St Joes beat Garndiffaith and Ebbw Vale saw off Newport at Hill Top.

This week sees undefeated Cwmcarn host St Joes, Cwmbran Rugby travel to face Newport, Garndiffaith host Brynmawr and Golddiggers host Top Club Risca.

In the Men's Super League, leaders Gilfach beat visitors bergavenny 5-2 with Kevin Mills joining the 30+ club for the season with a 30.67, that despite missing 10 darts at the double during the game.

Bryan Flew hit his second 30+ average of the season to join Adam Smith from Chepstow FC and Mills in achieving the same average.

Flew's Aberbargoed overcame visitors Crumlin Rugby 5-2 while Smith's Chepstow FC proved why they are favourites for the title in a 7-0 romp at Talywain.

In the tie of the round Hafodyrynys blew away visitors Baneswell with Stephen Cake, Craig Lloyd, Alan Walker and Stephen Challenger all producing classy performances. Pontypool, Cross Keys and Pontnewydd also claimed victories.

With just two weeks to play until selection for the first county game of the BICC season against Gwynedd is decided, plenty of players in both leagues are putting their hands up to inclusion for the first game with standards increasing yet again.