RICKY King made it a flawless Swanage Premier League campaign as he completed week 10 with another two wins.

David Elm pushed him all the way, missing three darts to make it a 4-4 draw, but the night – and the league – belonged to King.

The missed darts proved costly for Elm as the point would have seen him go above Colin Littlecott and finish second.

Graham Churchill finished fourth, James Green fifth, Ryan Norman sixth, Reece Hannah seventh and Johnny Powell eighth.

King made it a double success as he defeated Graham Churchill 5-1 in the SPL singles competition, while Reece Hannah claimed the first SPL singles plate competition, beating Johnny Powell 4-1.

Powell, himself, had already picked up the SPL 701 plate title, beating Chris Martin 4-1. Elm took the main 701 title, beating Graham Churchill 5-1.

Ryan Norman's 164 in week eight saw him claim the highest shot out of the season.

The league has now been split into two halves, with 12 in each league.

The competition runs weekly for 10 weeks with a four-week break in-between, adding the dynamic of promotions, relegations, and play-offs.

An agreement has been struck with Darts Connect to take the league online, recording scores, results and averages for the upcoming seasons.