RICKY King continued his impressive form during the latest round of the Swanage Premier League.

King started the night by rattling in a 180 on his way to a 5-1 win over Graham Churchill.

In his second game - after Johnny Powell had missed the bull for a 12-dart leg to make it 2-2 - in form King punished him and went on to triumph 5-1.

During his second contest, King used less than 20 darts in each leg.

David Elm dropped only one leg on the night having won his games 5-0 and 5-1, while Colin Littlecott also picked up maximum points with 5-2 and 5-3 victories.

Littlecott was pushed all the way by newcomer James Green, who missed numerous darts to make it 4-4. Green won his two other games 5-0 and 5-1, hitting a 180 and a 126 checkout.

Chris Martin won twice and drew once (5-1, 5-3, 4-4) to go top of the league having played an extra game.

Churchill recovered from his loss to King to win 5-0 against Barrie Green, hitting a 15-dart leg and 146 checkout - the league's highest so far.

Elsewhere, Gregg Seddon had two wins and a narrow defeat (5-3, 5-0, 3-5) while hitting two checkouts of more than 100.

Ryan Norman, Colin Barker, Jayme Benham, Ollie Oddy, Karl Loiseau and John Hampton all had a mixed evening with one win and one loss.

Jack Watts picked up his first point of the season. Jason March had a draw and a loss and also rattled in a maximum.